Chapter 4. Working with Menus, Toolbars, and Dialog Boxes
After completing this chapter, you will be
Add menus to your programs by using the
Process menu and toolbar selections by using event procedures
and the Code Editor.
Add toolbars and buttons by using the
Use the OpenFileDialog and
ColorDialog controls to create standard dialog
Add access keys and shortcut keys to menus.
In Chapter 3 you used
several Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 controls to gather input from the
user while he or she used a program. In this chapter, you’ll learn how
to present more choices to the user by creating professional-looking
menus, toolbars, and dialog boxes.
A menu is located on the menu bar and contains a list of related ...
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