Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 training exercises (page 1 of 3)

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Drawing forms
Level: Relatively easy
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Design a form to display the star sign and characteristics of a person, using toolboxes and buttons.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Drawing forms
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Draw a form allowing a dating agency candidate to enter their name and date of birth, and choose their sexuality from a drop list.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Form events
Level: Harder than average
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create a form such that when a user choosee their gender from a drop list, a webbrowser control displays a suitable website.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Variables and data types
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create a DateTimePicker to for date of birth entry, then calculate the age of the applicant from this using variables.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Variables and data types
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Converting variable data types - create a form for someone to input their name and the amount of money they need spending on them.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Enumerations and constants
Level: Relatively easy
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create an enumeration in Visual Basic to see what age band someone falls into.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Enumerations and constants
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create resources for a project to hold your name, and a picture of yourself!.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Form validation
Level: Relatively easy
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Test your form validation skills - validate the name and age of a dating agency applicant.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Form validation
Level: Relatively easy
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Using a NumericUpDown control to check that an age is filled in correctly.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Form validation
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Add ErrorProvider controls to a form to validate the age a person types in.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Menus and toolbars
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Code an application to allow you to change text box colours, including a menu, toolbar and short-cut menus.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Files and folders
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: WinForms using VBAdv VB | Classes & LINQ
Exercise: Display a file dialog box to choose files to search, then open each using a streamreader to hunt for text.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Basic DataGridViews
Level: Relatively easy
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create a formatted DataGridView, displaying mortgage types from an Access database.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Reacting to DataGridView events
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Attach code to the UserDeletingRow event of a DataGridView to show a confirmation message before deleting a row.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Reacting to DataGridView events
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Add validation code to a form showing mortgage applicants so that an invalid entry causes an error message to pop up.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Reacting to DataGridView events
Level: Average difficulty
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create a DataGridView with conditional formatting and default values for new rows, using DataGridView event code for each.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Advanced DataGridViews
Level: Harder than average
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create a full system: click on a button next to a film in a list to see its details in a separate form.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Advanced DataGridViews
Level: Harder than average
Course: WinForms using VB
Exercise: Create a DataGridView to include a combo box bound to another table, and a button for editing each row.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Creating classes
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Adv VB | Classes & LINQ
Exercise: Write a ShoppingList class in VB to get a shopping application to work.

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Category: Visual Basic 2010
Topic: Coding in VB.NET
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Introduction to VB.NET
Exercise: Create a basic VB program to display the choices made in a form.

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