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Dialog Boxes (Visual C#)

Visual Studio 2008

Dialog boxes are used to gather input from users. You can create your own dialog boxes or use the built-in dialog boxes, such as the FolderBrowserDialog and FontDialog. This section provides links to topics that show you how to create dialog boxes and use common built-in dialog boxes in your programs.

How to: Retrieve Data from a Dialog Box

Demonstrates how to create a dialog box and retrieve data that users enter into it.

Using Built-in Dialog Boxes in Your Application

Describes the common built-in dialog boxes, such as the FolderBrowserDialog, and SaveFileDialog that you can use in an application.

How to: Browse a Folder

Demonstrates how to use the FolderBrowserDialog to retrieve files from a folder.

How to: Save a File to a Folder

Demonstrates how to use the SaveFileDialog to prompt users to save a file.

How to: Display a List of Fonts

Demonstrates how to use the FontDialog to apply formatting to text in an application.

How to: Display an OpenFileDialog Dynamically

Demonstrates how to use the OpenFileDialog to display the contents of a selected text file.

How to: Display a Color Palette

Demonstrates how to use the ColorDialog to apply a color to a Windows Form.

Designing a User Interface in Visual C#

Explains how to use the Windows Forms Designer and Toolbox to create a user interface.

Visual C# Express

Provides an introduction to documentation that helps you use Express editions of Visual Studio.

Using the Visual C# Express IDE

Provides links to topics that explain how to use the integrated development environment (IDE).

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