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How to create ProgressBar user control

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The user should be informed of percentage of some task completed. This article discuss about the custom user control to create a smooth, incrementing ProgressBar control. It's typical user control which you can include in any of asp.net web application. This user control is a light weight which is built using a HTML table.

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The user should be informed of percentage of some task completed. This article discuss about the custom user control to create a smooth, incrementing ProgressBar control. It's typical user control which you can include in any of asp.net web application. This user control is a light weight which is built using a HTML table
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