What You’ll Learn in This Hour
• Working with buttons
• Using panels, group boxes, check boxes, and option buttons
• Displaying lists with list boxes and combo boxes
The preceding two hours described in considerable detail how to work with forms. 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 doodads 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 ...