Creating a New Windows Form

 

This topic contains links to topics that describe how to create your first Windows Forms application. Also, the topics in this section introduce some of the basic vocabulary and guidelines that you should understand when you start to create a Windows Forms application. . To learn more about Windows Forms application; the controls you can use on them, events and handling events and how to handle input from the user see the related topic list.

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Windows Forms Coordinates.

Describes client and screen coordinates.

How to: Create a Windows Forms Application from the Command Line

Describes how to create a basic Windows Form and compile it from the command line.

Reference

Form

Describes this class and contains links to all its members.

Control

Describes this class and contains links to all its members.

Related Sections

Handling User Input

Contains links to topics that discuss user input and how to handle it in Windows Forms applications.

Creating Event Handlers in Windows Forms

Contains links to topics that describe how to handle events in Windows Forms applications.

Changing the Appearance of Windows Forms

Contains links to topics that show how to change the appearance of Windows Forms applications.

Windows Forms Controls by Function

Contains links to topics that describe the controls you can use in Windows Forms applications.

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