Assuming that you want to interact with the Internet and Visual Basic, you've already seen a start of what's in store. The simplest way to add Internet capabilities is to use the VB Application Wizard to add the wizard, as was done in this chapter's first section. If you go further than that, you have a steep learning curve ahead of you.
Here, you will see some of the terms and concepts you'll face as you dive into the VB-to-Internet foray. By learning what's in store now, you won't be faced with a completely new environment if and when you learn to provide comprehensive Internet interaction from your applications.
If you use the Microsoft Network online service, a set of controls comes with Visual Basic that ...