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Microsoft Visual Basic .Net Step by Step: Version 2003

by: Michael Halvorson

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Retail Price: $69.95

Publisher: MICROSOFT PRESS,2003/01/04

Category: VB.NET Level: I/A

ISBN: 0735619050
ISBN13: 9780735619050

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Teach yourself Visual Basic .NET 2003 and begin developing applications and services for Microsoft .NET-one step at a time. Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Step by Step Version 2003 provides a wealth of optimization tips, real-world advice, and instructive code examples. Work at your own pace-choosing exactly the chapters, lessons, and exercises appropriate to your skill level. Topics include Toolbox controls, menus, and dialog boxes; methods in the .NET Framework version 1.1 class libraries; debugging; structured error handling; data management; inheritance; automating Microsoft Office; integration with Microsoft Windows .NET Server 2003, Windows Forms; Web Forms; graphics and animation; Microsoft ADO.NET; and application deployment. You'll also learn how to upgrade Visual Basic 6-based applications faster using the 'Upgrade Notes' sidebars, a special upgrading index, and practical advice about the Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Wizard.