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Hi there. I am new to C#. Is there anyone who knows how can I add a form to another form, without using MDI? My concern is, I don't want many forms to be appeared at the same time, but only 1. And, I want to set the BorderStyle to None, so that, when it appears on the "parent" form, it doesn't look like a MDI form.

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