Using the Common Mouse Events
As with keyboard input, most controls support mouse input natively; you don't have to write code to deal with mouse input. At times, you might need more control than that offered by the native functionality of a control, however. Visual C# .NET supports six events that enable you to deal with mouse input directly. These events are listed in Table 17.5, in the order in which they occur.
|MouseEnter||Occurs when the pointer enters a control.|
|MouseMove||Occurs when the pointer moves over a control.|
|MouseHover||Occurs when the pointer hovers over a control.|
|MouseDown||Occurs when the pointer is over a control and a button is pressed.|
|MouseUp||Occurs when the pointer ...|