Chapter 7. Working with Traditional Controls

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Displaying static text with the Label control

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Allowing users to enter text using a text box

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Creating password fields

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Working with buttons

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Using panels, group boxes, check boxes, and option buttons

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Displaying lists with list boxes and combo boxes

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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 ...

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