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I am trying to use the class diagram designer in vs2008 but I can't seem to find how to add windows forms. I only can add classes and stuff like that.

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Create the form or control in the project, then drag the class onto the class diagram design surface.

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So you can't make it from the designer then?

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You can load your custom controls into the Visual Studio toolbox. Right click within one of the toolbox groups and choose "Choose items...". Then browse to your assembly of controls and select the ones you want to add.

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