Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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Chapter 3: User Interface Design: Visual Basic Controls and Events
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3.1   Obtaining Open-Ended Input from the User: Text Box and Masked text box

Imagine that you would like to develop a VB program to keep track of your friends’ names and phone numbers. Your first step, as explained in Chapter 2, is to design the visual interface. In this process, you will need to place VB controls onto the form for the user to enter the name and phone number.  The VB control that enables you to enter any type of data is the text box. As its name suggests, the text box specializes in handling text data.

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  1. 3.1 Obtaining Open-Ended Input from the User: Text Box and Masked text box
    1. Text Property of the Text Box
    2. The Masked Text Box
    3. Selecting (Highlighting) a Portion of the Text
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