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Unformatted text preview: CSI 1306 F Computing Concepts for Business LECTURE 9: EVENT PROCEDURES Running VB Programs So far, we have developed VB programs using the code- behind VB Editor that comes with Microsoft Excel. These programs allowed us to incorporate additional functionality into the standard Excel worksheets. However to run these programs, we need to open first the VB Editor Running VB Programs Is there a way in which we can invoke the VB program directly from the worksheet? Yes, by using the components of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) provided with all MS Office applications. GUI is a set of visual components that help the user interact with the application (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) button check box combo box label edit box scroll bar GUI Components GUI displays information in a window (form) a worksheet is a form The Forms toolbar contains drawings of objects command button, option button, check box, list box We place objects (controls) on a form for the user to perform an action or manipulation by VB procedures or appearance Objects have methods (actions they can do) properties (characteristics that control their appearance or behaviour) Objects Properties define an objects appearance (size, colour, location, etc.) and namelocation, etc....
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