To identify how to create and configure basic Windows forms applications with event handling and method overriding capabilities
- Basic Windows Forms Creation - identify how to create a basic Windows form with controls.
- Control and Layout Enhancement in Windows Forms - identify how to configure controls and layout of Windows forms.
- Display Controls and Containers in Windows Forms - identify how to create display controls and dynamic container areas in Windows forms.
- Creating a Basic Windows Form - add and group controls, and configure layout properties in a Windows Forms application.
- Composite Controls and Dialog Boxes in Windows Forms - identify how to create and configure composite Windows Forms controls and to create custom dialog boxes.
- Control Customization and Inheritance in Windows Forms - identify the code used to customize control graphical appearance and create controls through inheritance in Windows Forms applications.
- Creating an Inherited Windows Forms Composite Control - create and customize an inherited composite control in a Windows Forms application, given a scenario.
- Event Handlers, Modifier Keys, and Overriding - identify how to create event handlers, program a Windows Forms application to recognize modifier keys, and override base methods, given a scenario.
- Creating Event Handlers and Overriding a Base Method - create a runtime event handler, connect multiple events to a single event handler, and override a base method in a Windows Forms application.
Individuals who wish to use the .NET Framework 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Basic 2005 to develop Windows-based client applications; individuals preparing for the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: Windows-Based Client Development (70-526) certification exam