Chapter 17. Interacting with Users

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Displaying messages using the MessageBox.Show() function

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Creating custom dialog boxes

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Interacting with the keyboard

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Using the common mouse events

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Forms and controls are the primary means by which users interact with an application and vice versa. However, program interaction can and often does go deeper than that. For example, a program can display customized messages to a user, and it can be fine-tuned to deal with certain keystrokes or mouse clicks. In this hour, you learn how to create functional and cohesive interaction between your application and the ...

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