Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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Chapter 11: Menus and Multiple-Form Applications
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Explore and Discover

11-1. Sequence of Mouse Click Events 11-2. Who Gets the Mouse Click Events? 11-3. Mouse Movement Events 11-4. Are Menus Included?
11-5. Resizable and Nonresizable Forms 11-6. Is the Minimized Form Idle or Active? 11-7. Ending a Project 11-8. How Many Forms Can You Create?
11-9. The Activated Event 11-10. Are the Child Forms Really Closed Gracefully? 11-11. Start Position for the Form  

Exercises

11-12. Creating Menus for a General Ledger Application 11-13. Creating a Menu for a Clinic 11-14. Creating a Pop-Up Menu for a Clinic 11-15. An Application with Two Forms
11-16. GL Application with Two Forms 11-17. GL Application with Three Forms 11-18. To Save Only When There Is a Change 11-19. The Find and Replace Dialog Box
11-20. A Generalized Find Dialog Box: Design for Code Reusability      

Projects

11-21. A Form with a Custom Dialog Box (Sales Application) 11-22. An Application with a Menu Form and Two Additional Forms

 

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