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PostSubject: Tutorial - WordExplorer In Visual Basic 2008   Wed Feb 10, 2010 10:59 pm



Title: Tutorial - WordExplorer In Visual Basic 2008
Author: FactorXTech
Site: http://www.microsoft.com/express/vb/D...

Description: Hi viewers! I would like to show you how to make WordExplorer in Visual Basic 2008. First, open up a new Windows Form Application and name it. Now, stretch the Window to a size you're suited to. Now, add a MenuStrip and add these current Entries:

File: New Window + Close Window + (DIVIDER) + New + Open + Save + (DIVIDER) + Exit
Edit: Undo + Redo + (DIVIDER) + Cut + Copy + Paste + (DIVIDER) + Select All + Clear
View: Font Style/Size + Font Color

Now, add a RichTextBox. Stretch it out and fill at least half the size of the window. Either on the Left/Right side, or Top/Bottom. Add a WebBrowser and also stretch it out half of the size of the window. Either Up, Down, Left or Right. But, leave a bit of space at the side of the WebBrowser for a Back, Forward, Refresh, Stop and Go button(s) and a ComboBox. Now, add the buttons said in the previous sentence, and you will need codes to do the next step. You can download it here:

WebBrowser Codes: mediafire.com ?02czzuz2oji
NotePad Codes: mediafire.com ?jdo4yhgtdot

Double-click EVERYTHING you made in the project such as the items in the MenuStrip, Buttons and WebBrowser. Follow what I do with the codes in the video. After doing all of that, test your project out by pressing the Green Arrow at the top-part of the Window (Visual Basic 2008 Window).

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