Click the links below to gain an overview of how to set the visual styles and behavior of our Windows Forms controls and components.
Overview of Styles, Presets, and Themes — Describes the various ways in which you can add styles to our Windows Forms controls and components, for example, via support for Windows themes and using appearance objects.
Application Styling Framework (ASF) --Explains the process of styling your applications with ultimate flexibility using the dedicated Application Styling Framework.
Working with Presets — Identifies the three preset types, and explains how to use the Quick Designer to manage and apply presets to a control/component.
Office 2007 Look and Feel — Explains the Office 2007 look and feel and how to apply it to the controls and components that support it.
Office 2010 Look and Feel — Explains the Office 2010 look and feel and how to apply it to the controls and components that support it.