Designing Forms in VB.NET 2008
I am transitioning from VB6 to VB.NET 2008 environment.
Suppose I have a ToolStrip1 at the top of my Form1.
I want to be able to display different forms within Form1 when I click on buttons on my ToolStrip1.
So if I click on Button1, I will display FormA within Form1. If I click on Button2, I will display FormB. And so forth.
How do I accomplish this? Which controls do I use to display FormA, FormB, ... within Form1?
In VB6, I used a 3rd Party Splitter control and assigned the FormA.hwnd to a Pane of my Splitter control within Form1.
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