Multiple Document Interface Forms
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.
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