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How to: Customize Look And Feel of All Controls within Application

Expanded Option #1: Project Settings (recommended approach)

Right-click a project in Visual Studio's Solution Explorer and select "DevExpress Project Settings". This invokes the Project Settings Page that allows you to specify global settings and the skin.

Expanded Option #2: Default LookAndFeel

Place the DefaultLookAndFeel component onto the main form and modify the DefaultLookAndFeel.LookAndFeel object's settings. Use the UserLookAndFeel.Default static property to access these settings in code.

The following code applies "The Bezier" skin as DevExpress controls' default skin:

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