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Drawing Custom Borders in Windows Forms, Part Two

In part one, I showed how to extend Form to access the non-client area of the window. Now we can start painting the borders we want. Having access to the Graphics object we can use any features of GDI+: draw lines, rectangles or other shapes, fill them using brushes, draw text and paint images. How you do this depends of your needs. For purpose of this article I will show you how to do this using set of ready-made bitmaps.


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