ActiveX - No Experience Required

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ActiveX: No experience required builds understanding skill by skill, converting you from ActiveX neophyte to Web site developer in time for your next interview, performance review, or internet project. Harness the power of ActiveX. Implement some of the Web's most exciting and innovative functionality. Learn the essential skills that will help you master embedding ActiveX controls, creating scripts, working with graphics, building interactivity, adding multimedia, working with agents, creating your own ActiveX ...
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Overview

ActiveX: No experience required builds understanding skill by skill, converting you from ActiveX neophyte to Web site developer in time for your next interview, performance review, or internet project. Harness the power of ActiveX. Implement some of the Web's most exciting and innovative functionality. Learn the essential skills that will help you master embedding ActiveX controls, creating scripts, working with graphics, building interactivity, adding multimedia, working with agents, creating your own ActiveX controls, integrating VBScript and HTML, using VB 5 Control Creation Edition, and maximizing Internet Explorer. Know your tools. Understand the ActiveX Control Pad and Internet Explorer 3.x and make ActiveX technology an integral part of your Web pages. Combine ActiveX controls and VBScript with HTML to maximize your effectiveness. Use Visual Basic 5 Control Creation Edition to build your own ActiveX controls. Enhance your skill base and marketability with No experience required.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782121148
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/1997
  • Series: No Experience Required Ser.
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.03 (h) x 1.56 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Embedding ActiveX Controls: Buttons and Labels 5
2 Creating Scripts 35
3 Examining ActiveX Objects 75
4 Working with Graphics 113
5 Introducing Interactivity: The TextBox Control 155
6 Building Interactivity: ListBoxes, ComboBoxes, Option Buttons, and PopUp Menus 177
7 Displaying Data, Documents, and Ideas: Chart, First Impression, Acrobat Reader, and InterAct 207
8 Multiplying the Media: Music, Sound, and Video 245
9 Working with Agents 289
10 Getting Into VBScript 319
11 Putting VBS and HTML Together 349
12 Dissecting the ActiveX Control Pad 371
13 Digging Up the Roots of ActiveX 393
14 Dissecting Internet Explorer 411
15 Learning New Controls 447
16 Introducing Visual Basic 5 Control Creation Edition 475
17 Creating and Using Controls 503
18 Scoping Out the Future of ActiveX 535
Glossary 555
Index 562
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