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Although Tool Strip Status Label replaces and adds functionality to the Status Bar Panel control of previous versions, Status Bar Panel is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose. A Tool Strip Item is an element such as a button, combo box, text box, or label that can be contained in a Tool Strip control or a Tool Strip Drop Down control, which is similar to a Windows context menu. Here, we will try to describe this thing in general.
Status Strip replaces and extends the Status Bar control of previous versions, Status Bar is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose it.
A Status Strip control displays information about an object being viewed on a Form, the object's components, or contextual information that relates to that object's operation within your application.
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