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How do I set the Default Value of a TextBox ToolPart without using [DefaultValue(“Default Value”)]
Right now I have created a bunch of custom controls in the ToolPart panel and I want to set a default value for one of the text boxes. Obviously I want the value to be editable by the user. I have ...
Feb 22 '12 at 17:48
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