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Windows Forms

  • Allen Jones
  • Adam Freeman

Abstract

The Microsoft .NET Framework includes a rich set of classes for creating traditional Windows-based applications in the System.Windows.Forms namespace. These range from basic controls such as the TextBox, Button, and MainMenu classes to specialized controls such as TreeView, LinkLabel, and NotifyIcon. In addition, you will find all the tools you need to manage multiple document interface (MDI) applications, integrate context-sensitive help, and even create multilingual user interfaces—all without needing to resort to the complexities of the Win32 API.

Keywords

Initialization Code Visual Studio Separate File Menu Item Event Handler 
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© Allen Jones and Adam Freeman 2010

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  • Allen Jones
  • Adam Freeman

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