See Also Properties Events Methods
A frame provides an identifiable grouping for controls. You can also use a frame to subdivide a form functionallyfor example, to separate a group of option buttons from other groups of option buttons.
To group controls, first draw the frame and then draw the controls inside the frame. This enables you to move the frame and controls together. If you draw a control outside the frame and then try to move it inside, the control will be on top of the frame and you'll have to move the frame and controls separately.
To select multiple controls in a frame, hold down the Ctrl key while using the mouse to draw a box around the controls.
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Caption FontStrikethru Name
ClipControls FontUnderline Parent
DragIcon ForeColor TabIndex
DragMode HelpContextID Tag
Enabled Height Top
FontBold hWnd Visible
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Click DragOver MouseUp
Drawing a Control
Chapter 3, "Creating and Using Controls"