Program Submission - .zip at the end. 3 Step #3: E-mail the...

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Instructions for Submitting Completed Programs Step #1: Remove Executable Files Search the Solution folder for any executable files. They can sometimes cause problems if they are in the submitted program. Right-click the Solution folder and select Search from the menu. Type .exe as the search pattern in the Search window. Click the Search button. 1
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The results that appear should be something like the following: Select all of the found files in the window. Right-click one of them and select Delete from the menu. Click Yes when prompted to move files to Recycle Bin. 2
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Step #2: Compress Solution Folder The submitted Solution folder should be compressed so that it can be sent as a single file. Right-click on the Solution folder and select Sent To and then Compressed (zipped) Folder . A single file is created that has the same name as the Solution folder, but with
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Unformatted text preview: .zip at the end. 3 Step #3: E-mail the Compressed File Send the compressed folder as an e-mail attachment. Step #4: Print the Code When in Visual Basic, make sure the Code Editor window is active by selecting the View menu and then selecting Code . Then from the File menu, select Print . Step #5: Print the Form Start debugging the application. When the form is displayed on the screen, press Alt+PrtScn. This will copy an image of the form onto the Clipboard. Open a new document in Microsoft Word or some other word processor. From the Edit menu, select Paste which should place a copy of the image in the document. Then from the File menu, select Print . Step #6: Turn in the Printed Documents Turn in the printout of the code and the form. Make sure your name is on both. There is no stapler in the classroom. 4...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course CINS 61N taught by Professor Davidbrodin during the Spring '10 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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