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Start Here!™ Fundamentals of Microsoft® .NET Programming by Rod Stephens

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Summary

This chapter described some of the standard features of Windows programs. It paid particular attention to menus, context menus, toolbars and ribbons, and dialog boxes. It also briefly described some user interface design recommendations. Unfortunately, user interface design is a major topic, so only a few guidelines have been presented here. For more information on user interface design, consult a book specifically about that topic or search online. For example, the following links provide interesting facts about form design in different scenarios:

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