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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3.3 Data with Limited Number of Choices: Radio Buttons and Check Boxes

Again, consider the hospital account holder information screen. One blank to be filled in for identification purpose is gender. You can add another text box and ask the user to fill in either M (for male) or F (for female); however, this choice is not really optimal. A careless user might enter O (for other). An interface designed this way will require additional code to ensure the validity of entered data.

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  1. The Group Box
  2. The Tab Control
  • 3.3 Data with Limited Number of Choices: Radio Buttons and Check Boxes
    1. The Radio Button
    2. Check Boxes for Independent Choices
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