It is amazingly easy to create forms of any shape within Visual C#. You can even do it with VB .NET!
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Nearly every program needs to keep track of things. Discover how to with Visual Basic .NET in this installment of the Visual Basic .NET tutorials.
Create a desktop handling program that allows you to save/restore icon positions, change resolutions, and much more. Windows 95/98 only. (Added: 6-Aug-1999)
Learn how to create dynamic menus using the Windows API. All of the code is wrapped up in a small class module that you can drop into your projects right away. (Added: 15-Feb-2000)
Learn how to resize a form and its controls appropriately when a user changes the font for the program. (Added: 23-Jun-1999)
Create shaped windows using the SetWindowRegion and CreatePolygonRgn WinAPI calls. (Added: 15-Feb-2000)
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