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Well, I've been working on a project in C# (VS 2005). I've created a custom control, that I would like docked to the left side of the form. Well, that's no big deal. It looks great, except it pushes the menu strip to the right, and goes all the way up to the bottom of the title bar. How do I dock a control so that it is UNDER the menu strip on a form?

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Well, I've been working on a project in C# (VS 2005). I've created a custom control, that I would like docked to the left side of the form. Well, that's no big deal. It looks great, except it pushes the menu strip to the right, and goes all the way up to the bottom of the title bar.

How do I dock a control so that it is UNDER the menu strip on a form?
Control z-order determines which one gets precedence when docking. I don't remember the exact rules, so try playing around with their z-orders (right-click on a control, send to front/back).

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