Frame control

A Frame control encloses other controls. You do so either for aesthetic purposes or to logically group a set of controls. A frame is particularly useful when the dialog box contains more than one set of OptionButton controls. (See "OptionButton control," later in this chapter.)

The following list describes some useful Frame control properties:

l BorderStyle: The frame's appearance.

l Caption: The text displayed at the top of the frame. The caption can be an empty string if you don't want the control to display a caption.

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