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Visual Basic Windows Forms Samples
These samples demonstrate common tasks for Windows Forms applications.
- Animation Sample
Includes moving text, a bouncing ball, and an animated image.
- Clipboard Sample
Demonstrates the My.Clipboard object for copying and pasting text, integers, images, and objects.
- Custom Drawing User Control Sample
Demonstrates how to create and use custom-drawn user controls.
- Dialog Components Sample
Demonstrates selecting files, colors, and folders.
- Drag-and-Drop Sample
Demonstrates drag-and-drop functionality with text, images, and tree-view nodes.
- Dynamic Control Creation Sample
Add controls at run time using XML input files.
- Explorer-Style Application Sample
Contains two forms that have split-pane windows, similar to Windows Explorer.
- GDI+ Brushes Sample
View the effects of brush options.
- GDI+ Images Sample
Manipulates images, including zooming and clipping.
- GDI+ Pen Sample
Shows the effects of pen options.
- GDI+ Text Sample
Shows the effects of text options.
- Help Files Sample
Demonstrates compiled Help, HTML Help, and ToolTips.
- ListBox and ComboBox Sample
Demonstrates several common list tasks.
- Menus Sample
Creates and merges menus programmatically.
- NotifyIcon Sample
Creates an application that is accessible through the system tray.
- Printing Sample
Uses the My.Printers object.
- Regular Expressions Sample
Validates user input using Regex.
- StatusStrip Control Sample
Demonstrates text and user-drawn StatusBar panels.
- Text Validation Sample
Validates text using the MaskedTextBox.
- Threaded User Interface Update Sample
Demonstrates how to update the user interface from a separate thread.
- Top-Level Forms Sample
Controls how applications appear in the Taskbar.
- Visual Inheritance Sample
Creates new forms by inheriting from existing forms.
- Web Browser Sample
Creates a Web browser.
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