What You’ll Learn in This Hour:
Displaying static text with the Label control
Allowing users to enter text using a text box
Creating password fields
Working with buttons
Using panels, group boxes, check boxes, and option buttons
Displaying lists with list boxes and combo boxes
The previous two hours described how to work with forms in considerable detail. Forms are the foundation of a user interface but are pretty much useless by themselves. To create a functional interface, you need to use controls. Controls are the various widgets and doo-dads on a form with which users interact. Dozens of different types of controls exist, from the simple Label control used to display static text to the more complicated ...