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Seminars - Microsoft Visual Basic for Beginners
Description: Video recorded from our Live Visual Basic Seminar
Versions: We use Visual Basic 6.0 in this class, however the lessons are valid for any version of VB or VB.NET (there will be minor cosmetic differences in the appearance of your editor)
Running Time: Two (2) Hours
Cost: $19
 
This seminar is designed for students who wish to develop simple applications using Visual Basic. The seminar is devoted to teaching you the basics of the Visual Basic language, and how to use the integrated development environment to build forms visually.

Topics Covered: What is Visual Basic, understanding Windows programming, understanding event-driven programming, Windows v. DOS programs, VB project components, the VB interface, building a project, what is a form, adding controls to a form, adding a button, adding code to your buttons, running a program, control properties, understanding subroutines, adding a text box, comments, string concatenation, color palette, form properties, labels, End, building a simple calculator, Val(), combo boxes, If/Then, compiling an EXE, creating your own subroutines, variables. Making a Celsius to Fahrenheit converstion utility.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not a complete seminar. This was initially recorded as a six-part series, but we only captured the first two hours of the video. So you will hear the instructor refer to "future lessons" that do not exist. However, if you are looking to learn beginner VB, these first two hours are actually very good and will give you a great understanding of the fundamentals of VB and programming.

Also, this seminar was recorded from a LIVE webcast event. The quality of the video is not up to the high standards of our normal 599CD courses. There are a couple of skips and short blackouts during this video, but it is still very instructional.

 

 

 
 
 

Student Interaction: Visual Basic Seminar

Richard on 1/1/2007:  This seminar is designed for students who wish to develop simple applications using Visual Basic. The seminar is devoted to teaching you the basics of the Visual Basic language, and how to use the integrated development environment to build forms visually. PLEASE NOTE: This is not a complete seminar. This was initially recorded as a six-part series, but we only captured the first two hours of the video. So you will hear the instructor refer to "future lessons" that do not exist. However, if you are looking to learn beginner VB, these first two hours are actually very good and will give you a great understanding of the fundamentals of VB and programming.
Jose Cardenas on 5/29/2008: May I download the 2 hours Seminar to
watch it later?

Richard Rost on 6/3/2008: Jose, yes, if you purchase the seminar, you may download it to your PC and watch it later.
 danees on 6/19/2008: how to connect data base with vb 6
Richard Rost on 6/26/2008: I will be covering this in an upcoming lesson.
shams Momin on 4/16/2015: Is this same language in visual studio express 2012.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

No this and the othe VB courses are for VB6.
We have a few VB.NET tips or you can vote for a new course on the waiting list

 

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