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  • The RichTextBox Control in Visual Basic.NET 2008

    The RichTextBox control is the core of a full-blown word processor. It provides all the functionality of a TextBox control
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/4/vb-richtextbox.php
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  • OpenDialog and SaveDialog Controls in Visual Basic.NET

    Open and Save As, the two most widely used common dialog, are implemented by the OpenFileDialog and SaveFileDialog controls
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/4/vb-opendialog-savedialog-controls.php
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  • ScrollBar and TrackBar Controls in Visual Basic.NET 200

    The ScrollBar and TrackBar controls let the user specify a magnitude by scrolling a selector between its minimum and maximum values
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/4/vb-scrollbar-trackbar-controls.php
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  • Printing Bitmaps - Visual Basic.NET 2008

    The DrawImage method of the Graphics object accepts two arguments, the bitmap to be drawn and a rectangle in which the image will be drawn
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/16/12.printing-bitmaps.php
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  • The PrintDocument Control in Visual Basic.NET 2008

    This object represents your printer, and you must add a PrintDocument control to any project that generates printouts
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/16/2.printdocument-control.php
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  • Printing With Visual Basic.NET 2008

    Printing with VB isn nott complicated but it requires a lot of code most of it calling graphics methods
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/16/1.printing.php
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  • Sorting Arrays in Visual Basic.NET

    To sort an array, call its Sort method. This method is heavily overloaded
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/10/vb-advanced-array-topics-sorting-arrays.php
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  • Handling Strings, Characters and Dates in VB.NET

    This tutorial is a formal discussion of the .NET Frameworks string and date manipulation capabilities.
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/9/vb-handling-strings-characters-dates.php
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  • Enhancing Existing Controls in Visual Basic.NET 2008

    The simplest type of custom Windows control you can build is one that enhances the functionality of an existing control
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/8/vb-enhancing-existing-controls.php
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  • Building Custom Classes in Visual Basic.NET 2008

    Classes are practically synonymous with objects and they are at the very heart of programming with Visual Basic
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/6/vb-building-custom-classes.php
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  • Building Dynamic Forms at Runtime in VB.NET

    Sometimes you will not know in advance how many instances of a given control might be required on a form
    http://visualbasic.w3computing.com/vb2008/5/vb-building-dynamic-forms-runtime.php
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