Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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Chapter 13: Object-Oriented Programming
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13.2 Inheriting Designed Forms

When coding applications for an organization, you may encounter a situation where many forms appear similar to each other. To avoid repetitive coding and visual design, you can create a template and then copy and modify the template to create the needed new forms. In VB 2008, you can also achieve copying from the template by inheritance. This section briefly introduces this approach, which involves the following steps:

You can then create and invoke the derived form in code similar to any other form.
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  1. Inheritance Hierarchy
  2. Why Inheritance?
  3. An Inheritance Example
  4. Inheriting from VS 2008 Classes
  5. Creating Event Arguments
  6. Hiding Members from Classes Outside the Class Hierarchy
  7. The MustInherit and NotIneritable Classes
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    1. The Bank Deposit Form: A Data Entry Form Example
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