This advanced Visual Basic 6.0 training course is designed for developers who are working with legacy Visual Basic 6 or earlier projects who need to grow their skill set. It introduces you to objects and then explores the latest in Microsoft data access technology: ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and OLE DB, so that your applications connect to server data and perform optimally. (Even if you're using Visual Basic 5.0, you can still incorporate ADO and OLE DB into your applications.) Later, you'll see how to build reports using the Data Report Designer in Visual Basic 6.0, how to use form modules, and learn to create your own objects. We'll show you how to work with user-defined collections, create your own MDI applications, use Windows common controls, harness the power of the Windows API, and finish with optimization techniques and other professional touches.
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