Visual Basic .NET

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In this tutorial I will teach you how to calculate the capacity of a water tank using vb.net . You maybe have water tanks at home or in any infrastructure; it is a large chamber used for storing water and it comes in variety styles. And you might need to calculate the water tank to make sure that your water source provides enough water. Take a look at the procedure below to find out how.
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Encrypt - Decrypt multiply files with one click. You do not have to worry about your personal files any more than they mistakenly mislead the wrong people. With one click you can encrypt your files and decrypt them when you need them in the future. You can also lock the folder (hide only and user permissions - it's not 100% secure - other applications beyond window file manager can access). Be...
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In this tutorial, I will teach you how to make slide show in VB.Net. Slide show is a presentation of a series of pictures that is usually displayed in an electronic device like a projection screen to present clearly the text or images to an audience. Now, if you what to know how to make a program of it? It’s just simple if you only follow the steps that are shown below.
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Doing an inventory can be a tough job but here’s a software based inventory system that will keep your inventory balanced. This inventory system lets you track the inventory and sales. Aside from that this system also i ncludes tasks such as stock-in, stock-out and return for products . This uses variety of information or data to keep track of the product as they move through the process ,...
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This hotel management system is an automated management system that aims to simplify the task in managing hotel operations and functions . If you are a person with an entrepreneurial mindset this system is ideal if you want to put up a small hotel business. This system allows guests to make direct reservations and bookings through calling in the front desk. They can also do walk-in reservations...
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Hi guys.. In this tutorial you will learn on how to export data to Microsoft Excel step by step. Create U.I Step 1 Create a database using Microsoft access Step 2 Connect Database to VB.net Step 3 Add References right Click then select properties shown on number 13 Here is the source code Imports Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel Imports System.Data.OleDb Public Class frmgenerate Dim rdr As...
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Features - Register Client Information - View Client Information - Print Client Information - Create Statement of Deduction of Client - View and Print Statement of Deduction(S.O.D) - Can Generate Overall Statement Of Deductions of Client`s - Can Sign Up - Can Log-in - Back-up Database Tnt Number : 09096510899 Globe : 09454339345 gmail : [email protected] Facebook : Clyde Chectopher A. Tiu...
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In this tutorial you will learn on how to create a simple "Automatic" search box . Using Binding Source. Step 1 Open Visual Basic 2010 and create a blank form. Step 2 Connect the database that you created. Step 3 Drag the table in to the form. Here is the code for the TextBox. Me.Data202BindingSource.Filter = "fDescript LIKE '" & TextBox5.Text & "%'" Hope you learn basic coding guys ......
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In this source code you will learn on how to create a login form and connect VB.net to Microsoft Access. Creating Database - First you create a database in microsoft access - copy what is on the image shown above. Step 1 Open Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and create a new windows form application for vb. Step 2 Create your User Interface. Step 3 Connect VB to MS ACCESS Step 4 Code for Log in...
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Features - Register Payee - Create Pay-slip - User Friendly - Print Payslip - Export data`s to Excel - Print Employee Information - Import Data to Excel - Can Switch Admin or User mode - With Unique Restrictions Hope you learn basic coding guys. If you have questions contact me: Tnt Number : 09096510899 Globe : 09454339345 gmail : [email protected] Facebook : Clyde Chectopher A. Tiu Default...

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