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ActiveEducation's course, Fundamentals of Visual Basic 6 Programming, teaches the basic concepts and language structure within Visual Basic 6. Although no prior knowledge of Visual Basic is required, you should be familiar with basic computer operations.

Course Objectives:

  • Understand Visual Basic concepts
  • Create a program
  • Use visual Basic controls
  • Add scroll bars and menus
  • Create dialog boxes
  • Create multi-form programs
  • Use variables, constants, and comments
  • Use subs and functions
  • Use branch and loop statements
  • Use functions and operators
  • Use arrays and records
  • Handle records and files
  • Create SDI and MDI programs
  • Debug programs
  • Distribute programs
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781582641218
  • Publisher: ActiveEducation
  • Publication date: 7/28/2000
  • Edition description: REVISED
  • Pages: 458

Table of Contents


Part One
Lesson 1: Getting to Know Visual Basic
Understanding Visual Basic Concepts
Getting to Know the Visual Basic Interface
Lesson 2: Creating Your First Program
Creating a Program
Using Command Buttons
Lesson 3: Using Visual Basic Controls
Getting to Know Visual Basic Controls - I
Getting to Know Visual Basic Controls - II
Using Text Boxes and List Boxes
Lesson 4: Adding Scroll Bars and Menus
Using Scroll Bars
Creating and Editing Menus
Lesson 5: Creating Dialog Boxes
Understanding Dialog Boxes
Creating Simple Dialogs with the MsgBox() Function
Creating Dialogs with the Common Dialog Control
Lesson 6: Creating Multi-Form Programs
Adding Forms to a Program
Lesson 7: Review of Part One
Understanding Visual Basic
Creating Programs in Visual Basic
Using Controls
Adding Menus and Dialog Boxes
Creating Multi-Form Programs
Part Two
Lesson 8: Using Variables, Constants, and Comments
Using Variables and Constants
Using Comments
Lesson 9: Using Subs and Functions
Understanding Subs and Functions
Creating Your Own Subs and Functions
Lesson 10: Making a Program Make DeI
Understanding Control Structures
Using If Statements
Using Select Case Statements
Lesson 11: Making a Program Make Decisions - II
Using For Loops
Using Do Statements
Lesson 12: Using Functions and Operators
Using String Functions and Operators
Using Other Functions and Operators
Lesson 13: Review of Part Two
Using Variables, Constants, and Comments
Using Subs and Functions
Using Branch and Loop Statements
Using Visual Basic Functions and Operators
Part Three
Lesson 14: Using Arrays and Records
Creating Arrays
Creating Multi-Dimensional Arrays
Lesson 15: Handling Records and Files
Creating Records
Working with Files
Lesson 16: Creating SCI and MDI Programs
Understanding the Multiple Document Interface (MDI)
Lesson 17: Debugging Your Programs
Finding and Correcting Bugs
Lesson 18: Distributing Your Programs
Building Your Executable Program
Creating a Setup Package
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