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I've been fighting with this a few times, and did exactly what is described in the following article - fiddled with things until it worked.  But this time I was having no luck, and googled the right words, and found this gem of an article on the Document Outline Window, a feature of VS 2005.

I won't repeat what it says, just go read this article if you are tearing your hair out trying to get components to dock where you've asked them to dock, and in the order you wish them to dock...   Also if you've got a complex control or form, and have "lost" a control somewhere, or want to move a control from one container to another...  You have to discover the Document Outline Window....

Posted on Wednesday, March 14, 2007 3:13 PM .NET , SCSF - Smart Client Software Factory , C# , Visual Studio 2005 | Back to top


Comments on this post: Dock property headaches, when the control docked to TOP overlays the top of the FILL control...

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The Z-Order toolbar button works pretty well also. =)
Left by Dave on Mar 19, 2007 10:39 PM

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