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Multiple Document Interface Forms

  • Hank Marquis
  • Eric A. Smith

Abstract

The earliest Visual Basic applications were little more than DOS programs with a friendly, if simple, user interface. You chained each form to the next one, and you probably included a form or two containing a menu of buttons. Now with Windows, however, Visual Basic enables you to create multiwindow applications with richer functionality by providing Multiple Document Interface (MDI) forms.

Keywords

Parent Form Menu Item Public Property Child Form Event Procedure 
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  • Hank Marquis
  • Eric A. Smith

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