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With the .NET framework, the developer can build Windows Forms applications (those that run on the local machine) or Web Form applications (those that run in one's browser). A Windows Form is simply a container for a collection of controls - buttons, fields, drop-down boxes, selectors, and so forth - that users may interact with and manipulate. This paper discusses the fundamentals of such controls, including both how to consume them at design time and, in particular, how to create one's own custom controls.
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