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I would like that the user can change the datagridview to his own wishes and that when he closes the application and start the application again that his changes are still there. I thought that would be possible with a theme, but I can't find any hits on google. Does anyone knows how this works in Visual Studio 2005 ?
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What kind of application are you creating?

Yes, this can be done with themes in ASP.NET 2.0:

http://www.google.com/search?q=asp.net+themes

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Yes, this can be done with themes in ASP.NET 2.0:

http://www.google.com/search?q=asp.net+themes

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Yeah I know, but I need it with vb.net 2005.
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Themes are part of ASP.NET.

VB.NET 2005 is .NET 2.0.

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so it is not possible within windows forms ?
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I don't know. I haven't worked with forms in 2.0 enough to know. I would suspect that, no, it's not possible. But I could certainly be wrong.

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          try to use-.masterpage with the contentplaceholder..!i hope it works..

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Hi preet,

Can you please carefully consider the posts you are replying to and the answers you are giving?

First of all this post is almost five months old, so the OP may not be interested in an answer anymore. But more importantly, the OP (original poster) indicated he was working with Windows Forms. His answer to Peter's question and the fact he mentioned datagridview gives that away. There is no such thing as a master page in Win Forms.

Now, I don't want to sound unfriendly, and I am sure everyone here at p2p.wrox.com appreciates the contributions from all users, but you may want to reconsider some of your answers before you post them. Providing answers that are relevant only to completely different technologies does nothing except adding noise to the discussion.

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