The look and feel of the frame of a window is largely determined by the Icon, Title, and WindowStyle properties, the latter of which has four options (None, SingleBorderWindow, ThreeDBorderWindow, and ToolWindow), shown in Figure 10-1 (the default is SingleBorderWindow).
You'll notice that the icon and/or title are shown or not depending on the window style. You'll also notice that the None WindowStyle still contains a border. This is because, by default, a window can be resized, so it needs resizing edges. If you turn off resizing with the ResizeMode property, as discussed later in this chapter, the None WindowStyle will remove all window "crust," leaving only the "gooey center."
Figure 10-1. Window styles in Windows Vista and Windows XP
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