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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11.2 Multiple-Form Applications

In most practical applications a project can involve many forms, each of which performs a special task such as displaying a report or working as a data-entry screen. This section considers issues related to multiple-form applications.
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  1. Creating a Menu
  2. Context (Pop-Up) Menus
  3. Assigning Access and Short Keys
  4. Invoking an Action
  5. Levels of Menus
  • 11.2 Multiple-Form Applications
    1. Adding a Form to a Project
    2. Starting Up and Calling a Form
    3. Modal and Modeless Forms
    4. Hiding and Closing Forms
    5. Sharing Data Between Forms
    6. The Standard Module
    7. A Multiple-Form Example
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