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Old October 20th, 2005, 10:17 PM
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Hello,

I'm looking to create a tool, say with the look of VS.NET. I'm not creating a code editor mind you though. I want some advanced sidebar tools to do what I need to do. How can I do that? What I was thinking is a parent form (though I don't believe it can be MDI, right?) and load the form dynamically through Reflection...

Any ideas?

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I think through reflection you can load the assembly and then you will be able to load your form similar to late binding in vb6.
Whether it can be MDI or not depends on your design.






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