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Designers

Designers make it possible for you to design the windows, dialog boxes, and components in your application visually.

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Class Designer

Allows you to create and modify classes visually.

Connection Designer

Allows you to create and modify named connections. Because connections are stored as part of a database, you only can use the Connection designer if you have a database open.

Data Environment Designer

Allows you to create and modify the data environment of forms, form sets, and reports visually.

Database Designer (Visual FoxPro)

Displays and allows you to create and modify tables, views, and relationships that are contained in a database.

Form Designer

Allows you to create and modify forms and form sets visually. A form set consists of one or more forms that can be manipulated as a unit.

Label Designer

Allows you to create and modify labels. When the Label designer window is active, Microsoft Visual FoxPro displays the Report menu and the Report Controls toolbar.

Menu and Shortcut Designers

Allows you to create menus, menu items, submenus of menu items, lines that separate groups of related menu items, and so on.

Query and View Designers

Allows you to create and modify queries and views. When the Query or View designer is active, Microsoft Visual FoxPro displays the Query menu and the Query toolbar or View designer toolbar.

Report Designer

Allows you to create and modify reports. When the Report designer window is active, Microsoft Visual FoxPro displays the Report menu and the Report Controls toolbar.

Table Designer (Visual FoxPro)

Allows you to create and modify database tables, free tables, fields, and indexes.

Related Sections

User Interface Reference (Visual FoxPro)

Explains the options that appear on various dialog boxes, windows, and other user interfaces. These types of topics generally appear when you press F1 in a dialog box or window.

Developing Visual FoxPro Applications

Includes conceptual information about how to develop Visual FoxPro applications, instructions for creating databases and the user interface, and other tasks needed to create Visual FoxPro applications.

Programming in Visual FoxPro

Describes how understanding object-oriented programming techniques and the event-driven model can maximize your programming productivity and enable you to access the full power of Visual FoxPro.

Reference (Visual FoxPro)

Includes topics on productivity tools, as well as the controls, objects, properties, methods, events, statements, functions, and constants available.

Utility Programs

Describes tools that are provided with Microsoft Visual FoxPro to help speed the process of application development.

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