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About Visual Basic Essentials


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© 2012 Neil Smyth / Payload Media. This eBook is provided for personal use only. Unauthorized use, reproduction and/or distribution strictly prohibited. All rights reserved.


Visual Basic Essentials is an online book designed to aid both novices and experienced programmers in learning Visual Basic. Using theory, code examples and screenshots, this book is intended to provide everything necessary to begin developing Windows applications in Visual Basic.

  1. About Visual Basic Essentials

  2. Downloading and Installing Visual Studio
  3. Creating a New Visual Basic Project
  4. A Simple Visual Basic Example
  5. Visual Basic and Forms
  6. Designing Forms in Visual Studio
  7. Understanding Visual Basic Events
  8. Hiding and Showing Forms in Visual Basic
  9. Creating a Visual Basic MDI Form
  10. Creating Top-Level Menus in Visual Basic
  11. Creating Context Menus in Visual Basic
  12. Building a Visual Basic Toolbar
  13. Building a Visual Basic Status Bar
  14. Visual Basic Modules and Procedures
  15. Understanding Visual Basic Variable and Constant Types
  16. Declaring Visual Basic Variables and Constants
  17. Visual Basic Arithmetic
  18. Visual Basic Comparison and Logic
  19. Visual Basic Flow Control
  20. Visual Basic For Loops
  21. Visual Basic Do ... Loops
  22. Visual Basic Arrays
  23. Visual Basic Multidimensional Arrays
  24. Working with Dates and Times in Visual Basic
  25. Working with Strings in Visual Basic
  26. Object Oriented Programming with Visual Basic
  27. Accessing Databases Using Visual Basic
  28. Visual Basic and the DataGridView Control
  29. Working with Files in Visual Basic
  30. Working with Directories in Visual Basic
  31. Drawing Graphics in Visual Basic


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