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BOOK: Beginning Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 ISBN: 978-0-470-19134-7
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Default Ch.14 Creating Windows Form User Controls problem

in the Try it Out for Ch.14, Adding Your New User Control to a Form where do I find the control I made. It says I just have to find the Toolbox tab with the name of the program, but I couldn't find it. I then tried to locate it under adding items to toolbox but still couldn't.

Anyone know how to make a control library and add it to an existing or new project?

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If you build the control project it should show up in the toolbox automatically.

If not, you'll need to right click on a tab in the Toolbox and select the Chose Items context menu option. Then borwse for your control and select it.

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