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 Controls and their Codes
 Variables and Constants
 Operators and Functions
 Conditional Statements
› If-Then
› If-The...
 Procedure – declarations that are
performed when you do an action to an
object
 Design Time
 Run Time
 Events –
 Met...
 Caption – sets the text on the title bar
 Back Color – background color
 Control Box
› True: Makes the Control Menu vi...
 BorderStyle
› 0 – None: Can’t be resized, No Title Bar
› 1- Fixed Single: Border can’t be resized at
runtime, Title Bar ...
 Load – performed as the form is being
loaded
› Can be accessed by double-clicking an
empty space on the form
Sample Code...
 Caption – sets the text on the button
 Default – determines which is the default
command button on the form
› True: But...
 Style – sets the appearance of a control
› 0 – Standard : Text-Only
› 1 – Graphical : Can contain a Picture or
Colored B...
 Click - performs an action when the
control is clicked
Syntax:
Private Sub Command1_Click ()
Statements
End Sub
 Alignment - Sets the alignment
› 0-Left Justify: Align Left
› 1-Right Justify: Align Right
› 2-Center: Align Center
 Au...
 Text – displays text on the text box
 Max Length – limits the number of
characters to be entered by the user
 Password...
 Locked – sets whether the user can edit
the text on a control
› True: User can’t edit the text
› False: User can edit th...
Commonly used controls and their Properties
Commonly used controls and their Properties
Commonly used controls and their Properties
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Commonly used controls and their Properties

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Commonly used controls and their Properties

  1. 1.  Controls and their Codes  Variables and Constants  Operators and Functions  Conditional Statements › If-Then › If-Then-Else › Nested Ifs › Select Case
  2. 2.  Procedure – declarations that are performed when you do an action to an object  Design Time  Run Time  Events –  Methods -
  3. 3.  Caption – sets the text on the title bar  Back Color – background color  Control Box › True: Makes the Control Menu visible › False: Hides the Control Menu
  4. 4.  BorderStyle › 0 – None: Can’t be resized, No Title Bar › 1- Fixed Single: Border can’t be resized at runtime, Title Bar only has the close button, cannot be moved › 2 – Sizable: Default Setting, Border can be resized and Title Bar has Minimize, Maximize and Close Buttons
  5. 5.  Load – performed as the form is being loaded › Can be accessed by double-clicking an empty space on the form Sample Code: Private Sub Form_Load Form1.BackColor = vbBlue End Sub
  6. 6.  Caption – sets the text on the button  Default – determines which is the default command button on the form › True: Button is activated when Enter is pressed  Cancel – indicates whether a button is the cancel button in a form › True: Button is activated when ESC is pressed *Note: You can only have one Default and Cancel button on a Form
  7. 7.  Style – sets the appearance of a control › 0 – Standard : Text-Only › 1 – Graphical : Can contain a Picture or Colored Background  Enabled – sets whether a control can interact with an event › Can be True or False  Visible – Hides or shows a button › Can be True or False
  8. 8.  Click - performs an action when the control is clicked Syntax: Private Sub Command1_Click () Statements End Sub
  9. 9.  Alignment - Sets the alignment › 0-Left Justify: Align Left › 1-Right Justify: Align Right › 2-Center: Align Center  Auto Size – automatically resizes the label to fit the contents › Can be True or False  Back Style – indicates whether the background is transparent or opaque
  10. 10.  Text – displays text on the text box  Max Length – limits the number of characters to be entered by the user  Password Char – Sets the character that would mask the characters entered by the user
  11. 11.  Locked – sets whether the user can edit the text on a control › True: User can’t edit the text › False: User can edit the text  Tab Index – sets the order in which controls get the focus › Starts at zero

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