How To: Use parent forms in Microsoft Visual Studio

Use parent forms in Microsoft Visual Studio

When programming in Visual Studio, you may find yourself creating any number of all-but-identical windows. This can be tedious and time consuming. This tutorial discusses the deadly and dangerous task of using a form as a parent for the development of other forms in Visual Studio, using C# in this particular example. For more information on designating a form as a parent, take a look.

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