Custom Round Button in C#

C# Custom Round Button

Custom Round Button C#: When we talk about adding some twist to the user interface of our Applications. It would be better to use Custom Round controls specially buttons and sub forms in c#.

In this article we will discuss about using a custom Button Control in Windows Forms applications. This button has very fine edges which add a great look to our user interface.

Tools Required:

  1. Visual Studio 2010 or later version.
  2. Round Button Control. Download it from HERE.

For demonstration we will design a Login form of a touch screen application. I assume You have already downloaded the C# Round button from the above link.

Steps to Follow:

  1. Create a new project of Windows Forms Applications C#.
  2. Simply copy the downloaded .cs file of Button Control and paste it inside the solution Explorer.
  3. Right click on the Project from solution explorer and click on Rebuild or just press Ctrl+Shift+B.
  4. Now you will find the Custom Round Button control in the Toolbox.
  5. Just Drag and drop it on your form.
  6. Change the FlatStyle property of Button to Flat.
  7. Inside Flat Appearance option, change to border size to Zero ‘0’.
  8. Change the fonts to Times New Roman and Font Size to 26.
  9. Change the Text to 1.
  10. This button has some custom properties like ButtonColor, BorderColor, OnHoverButtonColor, OnHoverBorderColor, OnHoverTextColor. Just play around to design a cool interface.

Video Tutorial:

Watch full video tutorial to learn exactly how to use this custom button control in C# windows forms Application.

C# Custom Round Button

Source Code:

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12 Replies to “C# Custom Round Button”

  1. Hello sir, my name is Alvian and i have a question. When i clicked on the WOC button, it shows me error message :
    System.NullReferenceException: ‘Object reference not set to an instance of an object.’
    ActiveControl was null.

    I have search for some troubleshooting about that error, but i still don’t get how to fix it. You have any idea about it?Can you please reply my email if u can? Thank you Salaar.

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