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- Identify the various functions, the conditional statements and looping controls provided by Visual Basic 5.0. - Work with various controls available in Visual Basic 5.0. - Identify the Menus, StatusBars and Toolbars available in Visual Basic 5.0. - Use drag and drop methods in the applications.
The course is intended for application developers who will use Visual Basic 5.0 to create sophisticated business applications. This series assumes that the learner has experience with Microsoft Windows operating system 3.1 or later, and a knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet applications. Participants should also have the knowledge of Basic or another procedural language, including experience using variables, control structures like if-then-else statements and also looping structures like for and while loops. Participants should have taken the first course in this series.
Kurs 71592 - Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0: Programming Fundamentals - Part 2
This is the second course in a seven part series for application developers who intend to design, build and implement business solutions by using Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0. The series aims to enable the professionals to pass Microsoft exam 70-165, Developing Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0.
Unit 1: Controlling Program Execution 2 hours
- Display the date and time in different formats.
- Convert an expression to a string in the specified format.
- Display the text string by using the String manipulation functions.
- Enter the code to evaluate if a given condition is true or false by using the If statement.
- Enter the code to select a condition.
- Enter the code to execute statements while a condition exists by using the Do...Loop statement.
- Enter the code to execute an activity for a specified number of times by using the For...Next statement.
- Match the Visual Basic programming errors with the reasons for their occurrence; Syntax errors, Run-time errors, Logic errors.
- Match the debugging buttons with their functions in debugging Visual Basic logic errors.
- Set a breakpoint.
Unit 2: Working With Controls 2 hours
- Create a group of OptionButtons within a container.
- Complete the code to add the controls at run time by using the Load command.
- Complete the code to delete controls at run time.
- Identify the advantages of a control array.
- Create a control array at design time.
- Enter the code to set the properties of a control in a control array by using the Index parameter.
- Enter the code to iterate through loaded controls on a form by using the controls collection.
- Enter the code to add a list item at run time.
- Enter the code to set an item in a list.
- Enter the code to remove an item from a list at run time.
- Sort a list by using the Sorted property.
- Identify the advantages of the three file management controls; FileListBox, DirListBox, DriveListBox.
- Identify the features of the Timer control.
- Identify the features of the custom control.
- Add custom controls.
- Identify the types of Microsoft Windows Common controls.
- Add common controls.
- Identify the features of CommonDialog controls.
- Add CommonDialog controls to a project.
- Display the dialogs of the CommonDialog controls by using the six display methods; ShowColor, ShowFont, ShowHelp, ShowOpen, ShowPrinter, ShowSave.
Unit 3: Menus, StatusBars and Toolbars 1 - 2 hours
- Identify the functions of Menu Editor.
- Add menu items to a form.
- Modify the appearance of a menu dynamically by using its properties.
- Add menus to an application at run-time.
- Enter the code to delete menus at run time by using the Unload command.
- Identify the features of the types of pop-up menus; System and Custom.
- Create a Custom pop-up menu.
- Identify different types of data that can be displayed by StatusBar.
- Add a StatusBar control to a project by using Microsoft Common Controls.
- Display the status information by using the StatusBar control.
- Identify the features of Toolbars.
- Add a Toolbar to a Project by using Microsoft Windows Common Controls.
- Add an Image to a form by using the ImageList control.
- Create a Toolbar.
- Enter the code to display the data by using the TreeView control.
- Enter a code to display the items by using the ListView control.
Unit 4: Using Drag and Drop 1 - 2 hours
- Identify the advantages of drag and drop.
- Sequence the steps for the drag and drop implementation.
- Implement the automatic Drag-and-Drop operations within Microsoft Windows shell.
- Change the drag image of the source control by using the DragIcon property.
- Enter the code to change the drag icon when a control is dragged over an object.
Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.