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Nine Elements of VB IDE Screen

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Ian Carl Morales

on 1 October 2013

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Nine Elements of VB IDE
Motivation
(Rebus Puzzle)
The Nine Elements
Menu Bar --> displays the commands that are required to build an application. The main menu items have sub menu items that can be chosen when needed. The toolbars in the menu bar provide quick access to the commonly used commands and a button in the toolbar is clicked once to carry out the action represented by it.
The Nine Elements
Project Explorer Window --> caontains your project files. There are three buttons available in this window which allow you to easily shift from one window to another. These buttons View Code, View Object and Toggle Folders.
The Nine Elements
Form Designer Window and Project Container--> a design space that contains objects or buttons you create for the application. It has a default form named Form 1. We refer to the Form 1 window simply as the form. The box that holds the Form Designer Window is called the Project Container.
The Nine Elements
Object Browser --> allows us to browse through the various properties, events and methods that are made available to us. It is accessed by selecting Object Browser from the View menu or pressing the key F2.
Objectives
The VB IDE Screen
VB IDE or 'Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment'is a program from Microsoft used to create, test, and deploy Visual Basic programs. The VB IDE allows a programmer to write code and test it immediately, converting the source program to executable code as needed.
Toolbox --> The Toolbox contains a set of controls that are used to place on a Form at design time thereby creating the user interface area. Additional controls can be included in the toolbox by using the Components menu item on the Project menu.
Properties Window --> The Properties Windows describes the properties of the form and it's controls. Properties are attributes such as size, position, caption and etc. Like the form, each control type has it's own set of properties. Some properties like Width and Height are common to both forms and controls, while other properties are unique only to a specific form or control. Controls often differ in the number and type of properties.
Form Layout Window --> specifies the form's position on the screen at run time. It consist of an image representing the screen and the form's relative position on the screen.
Tool Bar --> The Toolbar provides the user quick access to the most commonly used funictons of a program. A toolbar can be used stand-alone or as a complement to the program's menu structure.
1. To use the VB IDE in a proper way.
2. To teach the different uses of each part of the IDE Screen.
3. To know the different uses of each part indicated.
Quiz
1. What is the meaning of IDE
2. Holds the Form Window.
3. a design space that contains objects or buttons you create for the application.
4. specifies the form's position on the screen at run time.
5. provides the user quick access to the most commonly used functons of a program.
6. allows us to browse through the various properties, events and methods
7-9.) Three buttons in Project Explorer
10. Form Designer Window is together with __________.
Title Bar --> displays the title of the said project
Project container
Form designer or form window
Title Bar
Menu Bar
Standard Toolbar
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