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Saving and Restoring Layouts

All DevExpress .NET controls allow their layouts to be saved and then restored. Layouts contain settings that determine how the control's elements behave, their size, position, etc. Once saved, a layout can be applied to any control of the same type. This allows you to customize a control only once and then apply the saved settings to other controls in different applications.

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