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My rambling thoughts on exploring the .NET framework and related technologies

The Spacer control Spacer

Probably the simplest control in the suite, the Spacer allows you to add, well, space to your screen :)

Lightswitch arranges your controls fairly neatly on the screen, allowing a fixed and constant space between them. Sometimes, you just want to add a little more space...

The Spacer control in action

The control has two properties, Width and Height, which are pretty self-explanatory, and which allow you to add horizontal or vertical space as you wish.