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Default Placing existing control in newly added container

Hello, probably subject explains everything.

I've made small application but want to extend it. I've added SSTab control to a form and now wondering how can I put all existing controls into this container. Simple drag&drop doesn't work. Any ideas?

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solved:

1. select control you want to move into container
2. ctrl + x
3. select container
4. ctrl + v

As simple as that.

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