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Represents a control that allows the user to select a single item from a list that is displayed when the user clicks a Tool Strip Drop Down Button.

The Page Setup Dialog, Print Preview Dialog, and Print Dialog classes display dialog boxes that enable the user to control aspects of printing documents. Trying to use these classes from within a service may produce unexpected problems, such as diminished service performance and run-time exceptions. System and include a manifest with your executable file. The Data Grid View control replaces and adds functionality to the Data Grid control; however, the Data Grid control is retained for both backward compatibility and future use, if you choose. Although Menu Strip replaces and adds functionality to the Main Menu control of previous versions, Main Menu is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose. Although Tool Strip Drop Down and Tool Strip Drop Down Menu replace and add functionality to the Menu control of previous versions, Menu is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose.

Additionally, you can use the Property Grid control to create your own Windows Forms Designer that displays the designer-visible properties of the controls.

Several important classes in Windows Forms help control the layout of controls on a display surface, such as a form or control.

For more information about printing from a Windows-based application, see the System. A manifest is an XML file that is included either as a resource within your application executable file or as a separate file that resides in the same directory as the executable file. Although Context Menu Strip replaces and adds functionality to the Context Menu control of previous versions, Context Menu is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose. Represents an individual item that is displayed within a Main Menu or Context Menu.

For an example of a manifest, see the Example section for the Flat Style enumeration. Provides static methods and properties to manage an application, such as methods to start and stop an application, to process Windows messages, and properties to get information about an application. Although Tool Strip Menu Item replaces and adds functionality to the Menu Item control of previous versions, Menu Item is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose.

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