Table of contents for Sams teach yourself Visual BASIC 2008 in 24 hours : complete starter kit / James Foxall.

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Table of Contents
Part I: The Visual Basic 2008 Environment
Hour 1	Jumping in with Both Feet: A Visual Basic 2008 Programming 
Tour	xx
Hour 2	Navigating Visual Basic 2008	xx
Hour 3	Understanding Objects and Collections	xx
Hour 4	Understanding Events	xx
Part II: Building a User Interface
Hour 5	Building Forms: The Basics	xx
Hour 6	Building Forms: Advanced Techniques	xxx
Hour 7	Working with Traditional Controls	xxx
Hour 8	Using Advanced Controls	xxx
Hour 9	Adding Menus and Toolbars to Forms	xxx
Part III: Making Things Happen: Programming
Hour 10	Creating and Calling Code Procedures	xxx
Hour 11	Using Constants, Data Types, Variables, and Arrays	xxx
Hour 12	Performing Arithmetic, String Manipulation, and Date/Time 
Adjustments	xxx
Hour 13	Making Decisions in Visual Basic Code	xxx
Hour 14	Looping for Efficiency	xxx
Hour 15	Debugging Your Code	xxx
Hour 16	Designing Objects Using Classes	xxx
Hour 17	Interacting with Users	xxx
Part IV: Working with Data
Hour 18	Working with Graphics	xxx
Hour 19	Performing File Operations	xxx
Hour 20	Working with Text Files and the Registry	xxx
Hour 21	Working with a Database	xxx
Hour 22	Controlling Other Applications Using Automation	xxx
Part V: Deploying Solutions and Beyond
Hour 23	Deploying Applications	xxx
Hour 24	The 10,000-Foot View	xxx
(c)About the Author
James Foxall is vice president of Tigerpaw Software, Inc. 
(, a Bellevue, Nebraska, Microsoft Certified 
Partner specializing in commercial database applications. He manages the 
development, support, training, and education of Tigerpaw CRM+, an award-
winning CRM product designed to automate contact management, marketing, 
service and repair, proposal generation, inventory control, and purchasing. At 
the start of 2008, the current release of Tigerpaw CRM+ had more than 
16,000 licensed users. Foxall?s experience in creating certified Office-
compatible software has made him an authority on application interface and 
behavior standards of applications for the Microsoft Windows and Microsoft 
Office environments.
Foxall has been writing commercial production Visual Basic code for more 
than 14 years, in both single-programmer and multiple-programmer 
environments. He?s the author of numerous books, including Practical 
Standards for Microsoft Visual Basic and MCSD in a Nutshell: The Visual Basic 
Exams. He also has written articles for Access-Office-VBA Advisor and Visual 
Basic Programmer?s Journal. Foxall has a bachelor?s degree in management 
of information systems (MIS). He is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer 
and an international speaker on Microsoft Visual Basic. When not 
programming or writing about programming, he enjoys spending time with 
his family, playing guitar, listening to amazing bands like Pink Floyd and OSI, 
and playing computer games. You can reach him at
***End About the Author***
***Begin Dedication/Acknowledgments page***
This book is dedicated to my parents, Dave and Linda, for 
all the wonderful opportunities they presented to me.
I would like to thank Neil for being so wonderful to work with (as always), as 
well as Anne, Gayle, Todd, Mark, Gina, Erika, and the rest of the team at 
Sams Publishing for their hard work and patience.
I would also like to thank all the readers of the previous editions who 
provided feedback to make this book even better!
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Microsoft Visual BASIC.
BASIC (Computer program language).