If I understand you correctly, you wish to take a standard Microsoft control and give it a Telerik theme. If this is correct, then this is not possible. You can however use the RadForm in combination with other Telerik controls to create a custom dialog box to which you can give standard or custom themes.
Hope that helps, but let me know if you need further information
answered on 01 Jul 2011, 09:30 AM
Thank you for writing.
Richard is right. I understand your wish like Richard did before me. Our themes will not work on the standard MS controls.
If we have misunderstood your case, I would kindly ask you to provide some more details on it, so we can help appropriately.
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I am sorry to comeback late after putting question here, well i have already achieved what i wanted by creating radForm and open it as ShowDialog() with the same theme consistency across my application. it was not a right question though and i believed it was virtually impossible to apply Rad theme to a Microsoft control. so i beg a pardon.