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Kurs 73241 - Microsoft Visual Basic .NET-Windows Part 1: Introduction to Windows Forms - Online

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Informationen über Kurs 73241 - Microsoft Visual Basic .NET-Windows Part 1: Introduction to Windows Forms - Online

  • Ziele
    - To distinguish between Windows Forms and Web Forms. - To create a form. - To set properties for a form. - To identify characteristics of the event model. - To identify characteristics of event handlers. - To create an event handler for a control event.
  • Anforderungen
    Participants in this course possibly work on a team in a medium or large development environment that uses Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, Enterprise Developer Edition. Typical job roles include System Administrator, Database Administrator, Application Developer, System Analyst, or Software Engineer. This course requires experience in programming and developing of Visual Basic applications. It is presumed that the student has completed the Microsoft MSDN Training Course 2559A, Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming or Equivalent.
  • Titel
    Kurs 73241 - Microsoft Visual Basic .NET-Windows Part 1: Introduction to Windows Forms
  • Inhalt
    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Windows Forms - 4 hours

    - Distinguish between Windows Forms and Web Forms.
    - Create a form.
    - Set properties for a form.
    - Identify events and methods in the lifecycle of a form.
    - Add a control to a form.
    - Add a menu to a form.
    - Configure control properties for a form.
    - Customize the Toolbox window.
    - Create an inherited form.
    - Distinguish between types of access modifier.
    - Identify functions of the Format menu commands used for formatting controls.
    - Set the tab order for controls in a form by using the View menu.
    - Anchor a control in a form.
    - Dock a control in a form.
    - Distinguish between Single Document Interface (SDI) and Multiple Document Interface (MDI) applications.
    - Create a parent form in a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application.
    - Create a child form in a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application.
    - Match parent and child form interactions with their features.

    Unit 2: Working with Controls - 4 hours

    - Identify characteristics of the event model.
    - Identify characteristics of event handlers.
    - Create an event handler for a control event.
    - Identify the code used to add event handlers at run time.
    - Categorize Windows Form controls.
    - Create a container control.
    - Identify the steps to use the ListBox control.
    - Identify the steps to create a status bar by using the StatusBar control.
    - Create a toolbar with buttons by using the ToolBar control.
    - Identify the steps for associating images with toolbar buttons by using the ImageList control.
    - Identify events used for drag-and-drop functionality between controls in an application.
    - Match preconfigured dialog box controls in Visual Studio .NET with their functions.
    - Identify the code used to retrieve user input from a dialog box.
    - Identify the code used to validate an event.
    - Use the ErrorProvider control to validate user input.
    - Match ControlCollection methods with their purposes.
    - Identify the code used to add controls at run time.
    - Add a context menu to a form.
    - Identify the code used to add an item to a menu at run time.
    - Identify the code used to create an event handler for a menu item.
    - Set properties for a menu item.

    Course Access

    Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.

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