Core MCSD : Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6

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For courses in Visual-Basic Programming.This study guide provides complete coverage of all the objectives necessary to pass the most popular core Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer exam-Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Visual Basic 6.0 (Exam 70-176). Integrated learning solutions include a companion website, CBT module on CD-ROM, and text that presents in-depth treatment of topics and tutorials that not only help develop students' skills for the exam, but prepare professionals for real-world challenges on the job.
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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 1024 pages
  • 177.8 x 243.8 x 38.1mm | 1,632.95g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 0130139882
  • 9780130139887

Table of contents

Introduction. I. ESTABLISHING THE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT. 1. The Visual Basic Integrated Design Environment. II. DERIVING THE PHYSICAL DESIGN AND CREATING USER SERVICES. 2. Working with Forms. 3. Working with Controls. 4. Visual Basic Core Controls and Syntax. 5. Creating Menus. 6. Using the Image List, Toolbar, and Status Bar Custom Controls. 7. Using the Tree View and List View Custom Controls. III. CREATING AND MANAGING COM COMPONENTS. 8. Creating COM Clients. 9. Creating COM Components. 10. Creating ActiveX Controls. 11. Creating Active Documents. 12. Dynamic HTML and the Internet. IV. CREATING DATA SERVICES. 13. Databases. 14. Databases and Data-Bound Controls. 15. Databases in Code. V. TESTING THE SOLUTION. 16. Error Handling and Debugging. VI. DEPLOYING, MAINTAINING, AND SUPPORTING AN APPLICATION. 17. Adding Help to Applications. 18. Packaging and Deploying Your Program. Appendix: Answers to Chapter Review Questions.
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About Steven Holzner

Steven Holzner has written more than 40 books; he is co-author of the best-selling Peter Norton's Visual Basic for Windows and Peter Norton's Guide to Visual Basic 4 for Windows 95. Holzner was formerly contributing editor for PC Magazine.
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