Appendix D: Notes for Visual Basic Developers
This section provides information about Microsoft Active Accessibility for Microsoft Visual Basic developers.
Applications written in Visual Basic are Microsoft Active Accessibility clients. They do not provide information about their custom user interface elements because they do not implement IAccessible or any other Component Object Model (COM) interface.
This documentation uses the C/C++ names for the IAccessible properties; however, the Visual Basic names are similar. For example, the IAccessible::get_accName property would be called accName in a Visual Basic application.