After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Add new forms to a program and switch between multiple forms.
Change the position of a form on the Microsoft Windows desktop.
Add controls to a form at run time.
Change the alignment of objects within a form at run time.
Use the Properties dialog box to specify the startup form.
In Part II, you learned many of the core development skills necessary for writing Microsoft Visual Basic applications. You learned how to use variables, operators, and decision structures; how to manage code flow with loops, timers, procedures, and structured error handlers; how to debug your programs; and how to organize information with arrays, collections, text ...