Visual Basic 6.0 Training
In this course, students will learn how to use Visual Basic 6.0 to develop Windows applications.
- Identify and describe the purpose of various components of the Visual Basic programming environment.
- Build and run a small application.
- Use the code editing tools in the Code Editor window to write conditional statements and other code constructs.
- Isolate, identify, and correct logic, compile, and run-time errors in a Visual Basic application.
- Develop multiple-form applications.
- Declare variables and constants.
- Examine and discuss Sub and Function procedures, and pass arguments by value and by reference.
- Create application interfaces with standard and custom controls.
- Build common and pop-up menus into an application.
- Write an error-handling routine.
- Create an application by using the VB Application Wizard, and create, install, and remove a setup program.
- Use the data control to access a database table and discuss the features of an MDI environment.
- Introduction to Visual Basic Programming
- What Is Visual Basic?
- Steps to Create an Application
- Modular Environment
- Building an Application
- Setting Properties of Objects
- Introduction to Controls
- Object-based, Event-driven Programming
- The Code Editor
- Using the Object Browser to View Properties and Methods of Objects
- Statements and Functions
- Conditional Statements
- Looping Statements
- Native Code
- Showing and Hiding Forms
- Order of Events
- Multiple Forms
- Startup and End of Applications
- Data Types
- Scope and Lifetime of Variables
- Arrays and User-defined Types
- Introduction to Procedures
- Arguments and Parameters
- Named Arguments and Optional Arguments
- Control Formatting
- Standard Controls
- Custom Controls
- Creating and Coding Menus
- Custom Pop-up Menus
- Error Handling
- An Introduction to Error Handlers
- The Package and Deployment Wizard
- Application Wizard
- The Next Step
- Data Access Using the Data Form Wizard and the Data Control
- MDI Forms
- An Introduction to ActiveX Controls within Visual Basic
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Visual Basic class:
- Familiarity with the Windows environment and some programming experience