Visual Basic .NET Tutorial

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    This is the continuation of my last topic which is Text Effects in Visual Basic 2008 (Block) . This time, I’m going to add another text effect which is the ”Shear” . With the use of “Shear” , you can slide the text from left to right or right to left. At the same time, you can adjust the slide effects of the text whatever sliding position you like. Let’s begin: First, open the file of Text...
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    In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how create an application on how to send email messages using Visual Basic.Net. To start with this application, create a new project called “sendEmail”. Then design the form that looks like as shown below. Next, double click the form and add the following code above the public class Form1. Imports System. Net . Mail The added code above is a namespace that...
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    This is the continuation of my last tutorial which is Text Effects in Visual Basic 2008 . Now, I will teach you how to “Block” Effect on the text. With this, it will create the text with an embossed look. You can adjust the Depth and even the font size of the text. So let’s get started: Open Visual Basic 2008 and open the file which is the Effects in Visual Basic 2008 . Then, add the Label and...
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    In this tutorial I will teach you how to put an effect in the text using Visual Basic 2008 . In here, I use the reflected text for the effect. It reflects any kind of text that you will type at the bottom and you can also change its font size. Others may think that reflected text is just easy to do. But, they were wrong. You have to take a closer look at each codes and calculate everything to...
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    Today, I will teach you how to validate a Textbox using an ErrorProvider in Visual Basic 2008 . With this, you will know what are the inputs you are going to put in the textbox and it will notify you whatever errors that you might encounter. Let’s begin: Open Visual Basic 2008 and create a new windows application. Drag the two TextBoxes, a Button and an Error Provider in the Form. And it will...
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    Today, I will teach you how to animate a text by using Visual Basic 2008 . With this, you don’t need to drag any Label in the Form. It is because, the codes will be the one to make a text that will be appear in the Form. So let’s begin: Open Visual Basic 2008 , create a new Windows Application. And drag a Timer in the Form. Note: Put this code for the imports Imports System. Drawing . Drawing2D...
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    In this tutorial I will teach you how to create a simple CPU and RAM meter by using Visual Basic 2008 . With this, you will be able to know the usage of your RAM and CPU. And it also calculates the percentage of its performance usage. Let’s begin: Open Visual Basic 2008 , create a new Windows Application and drag the Label, ProgressBar, PerformanceCounter and a Timer. Name the two...
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    In this tutorial I’m going to teach you how to animate a ball by using Visual basic 2008 . The feature of the ball is that, it bounces in every side of the Form. With this, you will learn the functions of the bitmap and the graphics object. Let’s begin: Open the Visual Basic 2008 and create a New Windows Application. Add the timer and the Label which is the title of the Form. Double click the...
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    In this tutorial I will teach you how to create logs in Visual Basic 2008 . Logs are very important because it records previous transactions and day to day activities of the system. For instance, in a log in system, you can determine the time and who is the user that had logged in the system. And whenever your system has a problem you can easily determine what was it with the help of logs. So,...
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    In this tutorial, I will show you how to drag/drop and copy in a Treeview by using Visual Basic 2008 . I made this to show you not only a PictureBox or a TextBox can be drag and drop but also a treeview. Let’s begin: Open Visual Basic 2008 , create a new Windows Application and drag the two Treeview in the Form. Name it “trview_left” and “trview_right” . After that, click the two Treeviews and go...

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