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The Addison-Wesley Microsoft Technology Series Doing Objects in Visual Basic 2005 by Deborah Kurata

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Chapter 4. Building the User Interface Layer

Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world.George Bernard Shaw

The user interface (UI) is the window through which your users must see and interact with your application. By keeping the user interface clean and bright on the outside, you present a nice look and feel to the user, making it easier to use your application. And keeping it clean and bright on the inside makes it easier for you to maintain it and to implement the many changes that are inevitably requested.

This chapter assumes that you know how to build the outside of your user interface—that you know how to add controls on forms to create a nice look for your application. The focus here ...

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