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Mastering Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Fundamentals

Parramatta, NSW

Subject: Microsoft ASP.NET

Course Code: 1303
Course Duration: 5 days

This five day instructor-led training course teaches programmers the skills necessary to create Microsoft Visual Basic programming system desktop applications.

Skills Gained

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

• Build custom, multiple-form applications
• Incorporate dynamic menus, pop-up menus, status bars and custom toolbars into applications
• Implement form-level and field-level input validation
• Debug applications using debugging tools provided in Visual Basic 6
• Use...

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Course Code: 1303
Course Duration: 5 days

This five day instructor-led training course teaches programmers the skills necessary to create Microsoft Visual Basic programming system desktop applications.

Skills Gained

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

• Build custom, multiple-form applications
• Incorporate dynamic menus, pop-up menus, status bars and custom toolbars into applications
• Implement form-level and field-level input validation
• Debug applications using debugging tools provided in Visual Basic 6
• Use standard controls, control arrays, and create controls dynamically
• Execute centralized error-handling in applications
• Use the data control for database access
• Implement drag and drop in Visual Basic-based applications
• Use Microsoft ActiveX controls in Visual Basic-based applications
• Create setup programs to distribute applications

Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Application Development Using Visual Basic
• Features of Visual Basic
• Editions of Visual Basic
• Visual Basic terminology
• Working in the development environment
• Event-driven programming
• Creating a program in Visual Basic
• Project and executable files
• Visual Basic reference materials
• Self-check questions

Module 2: Visual Basic Fundamentals
• Introduction to objects
• Controlling objects
• Properties, methods, and events
• Working with forms
• Introduction to controls
• Basic controls
• Self-check questions

Module 3: Working with Code and Forms
• Understanding modules
• Using the code editor window
• Other code navigation features
• Code documentation and formatting
• Setting environment options
• Setting code formatting options
• Automatic code completion features
• Interacting with the user
• Using the MsgBox function
• Using the InputBox function
• Working with code statements
• Managing forms
• Self-check questions

Module 4: Variables and Procedures
• Overview of variables
• Declaring variables
• Variable scope
• Using arrays
• User-defined data types
• Converting data types
• Using constants
• Working with procedures
• Working with dates and times
• Using the Format function
• Manipulating text strings
• Self-check questions

Module 5: Controlling Program Execution
• Comparison and logical operators
• Using If…Then statements
• Using Select Case statements
• Overview of looping structures
• Using Do…Loop structures
• For…Next statement
• Exiting a loop
• Self-check questions

Module 6: Debugging
• Types of errors
• Break mode
• Using the Debug toolbar
• Using the Watch window
• Using the Immediate window
• Using the Locals window
• Tracing program flow with the Call Stack
• Self-check questions

Module 7: Working with Controls
• Types of controls
• Overview of standard controls
• Using ComboBox and ListBox controls
• Using OptionButton and Frame controls
• Working with selected text
• Advanced standard controls
• ActiveX controls
• Insertable objects
• Self-check questions

Module 8: Data Access Using the ADO Data Control
• Overview of ActiveX data objects
• Visual Basic data access features
• Relational database concepts
• Using the ADO Data control to access data
• Structured query language (SQL)
• Manipulating data
• Using Data Form Wizard
• Self-check questions

Module 9: Input Validation
• Field-level validation
• Using text box properties to restrict data entry
• Using the Masked Edit control
• Form-level validation
• Form events used when validating data
• Self-check questions

Module 10: Error Trapping
• Overview of run-time errors
• Overview of the error handling process
• The Err object
• Errors and the calling chain
• Errors in an error-handling routine
• Inline error handling
• Error-handling styles
• General error-trapping options in Visual Basic
• Self-check questions

Module 11: Enhancing the User Interface
• Menus
• Status bars
• Toolbars

Module 12: Drag and Drop
• Overview of drag and drop
• Mouse events
• Drag-and-drop basics
• Self-check questions

Module 13: More About Controls
• Collections
• Using control arrays
• Self-check questions

Module 14: Finishing Touches
• User interface design principles
• Distributing an application
• Creating a default project
• Review: Steps to creating a Visual Basic program
• Development resources
• Self-check questions

Who Should Attend

People new to programming and entry level developers and MCSD candidates

Prerequisites

Before attending this course students must have:

• Working knowledge of programming concepts

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When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class.

Where

5/159-175 Church St
Parramatta, NSW 2150

Type

  • Class / Group Sessions

Price: $3,000.00

 

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