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Default Content Page for a Tree View and scrollable Textbo

I have a question but first let me give you some background information. I have a TreeView Control that I have populated with a list of Items. i want the user to be able to click items in the list view and then I will display the details of the specific item in a scrollable text box to conserve screen real estate. My question is that I want these controls and the user interface for the functionality to be placed in a content page that will obviously have a master page. I was wondering could someone give me some ideas as to how to make this content page look professional while at the same time look user friendly? Also after I have a working prototype should I use a particular Theme or Skin etc...

Thanks for any advice or references to resources







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