Using Visual Basic 6

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Platinum Edition Using Visual Basic 6 takes you to the next level in your VB programming skills with in-depth coverage of developer topics. The two hottest and least understood topics in Visual Basic today are COM programming and distributed computing. Platinum Edition Using VB covers both topics in exhaustive depth using clear examples and concise writing. Topics include creating online help, using the Data Report utility, using the Windows API, designing advanced ActiveX controls, building ActiveX DLLs and ...
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Overview

Platinum Edition Using Visual Basic 6 takes you to the next level in your VB programming skills with in-depth coverage of developer topics. The two hottest and least understood topics in Visual Basic today are COM programming and distributed computing. Platinum Edition Using VB covers both topics in exhaustive depth using clear examples and concise writing. Topics include creating online help, using the Data Report utility, using the Windows API, designing advanced ActiveX controls, building ActiveX DLLs and EXEs, programming Web functionality into your applications, and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789719164
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 8/20/1999
  • Series: Using Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Pages: 1152
  • Product dimensions: 7.70 (w) x 9.46 (h) x 2.09 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction . . . . . I
I Visual Basic 6 Fundamentals
1 An Introduction to Visual Basic . . . . . 6
2 Creating Your First Program . . . . . 29
3 Working with Forms, Controls, and Menus . . . . . 53
4 Programming Visual Basic . . . . . 103
5 Using Visual Basic Intrinsic Controls . . . . . 155
6 Using the Windows Common Controls . . . . . 195
II Visual Basic Controls
7 Add-ins and Utilities . . . . . 237
8 Dynamic Control and Object Creation . . . . . 265
III Professional Visual Basic Programming
9 Effective Project Management . . . . . 321
10 Using Visual Basic with Visual SourcSafe . . . . . 341
11 Designing User Interfaces . . . . . 365
12 Creating Online Help . . . . . 399
13 Creating a Multiple Document Interface Application . . . . . 435
14 Preparing Your Project for Distribution . . . . . 457
IV Advanced Visual Basic 6 Programming
15 Creating Wizards . . . . . 477
16 Creating a Visual Basic Add-in . . . . . 505
17 Using the Windows API . . . . . 555
18 Using the Windows Registry and INI Files . . . . . 595
19 Using SAPI with Visual Basic 6 . . . . . 635
V Using AxtiveX Components
20 Microsoft Object Technologies . . . . . 653
21 Designing Advanced ActiveX Controls . . . . . 689
22 Creating ActiveX Controls for Use on the Web 715 23 Packaging ActiveX Components . . . . . 747
21 Building Reusable Components . . . . . 777
25 Building ActiveX Documents . . . . . 805
VI Programming for Intranets and the Internet
26 Using VBScript with the Internet . . . . . 827
27 Programming Web Functionality into Your Applications . . . . . 861
28 Creating Dynamic HTML Applications . . . . . 901
29 Creating Dynamic Web Sites Using ASP 2 . . . . . 923
VII Database Programming with Visual Basic 6
30 Building Database Applications . . . . . 67
31 Using the Visual Basic Data-Bound Controls . . . . . 997
32 Using the Data Environment . . . . . 1023
33 Using Visual Basic's Reporting Tools . . . . . 1037
34 Using Visual Basic with Transaction Server . . . . . 1057
VIII Appendix
A Visual Basic 6 Control Reference . . . . . 1083
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