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Changing Look and Feel dynamically

Narayanan Jayaraman
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Joined: Apr 09, 2003
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Can someone tell me how to change Look and feel of an application dynamically. I have given option in Menu bar to change look and feel of an application. But not sure how to re-draw/ refresh the application. Thanks
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