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A. Define a Visual Attribute and apply it to both buttons.
B. Set the Subclass Information property of Button2 to the name, block, and module of Button1.
C. Select both buttons in the Object Navigator and set the shared properties in the Property Palette.
D. In the Property Palette of Button1, select all the properties that you want to share with Button2 and click
In the Property's Palette of Button2, select Paste Properties.
Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 Answer: B
The Products.fmb module has one content canvas, which displays information about products sold by your
You increase the canvas display area by creating an overlay canvas to enable product images to be displayed on
request. At run time, however, the overlay canvas is never displayed; users complain that there is only a brief
flash on their screen.
How do you correct this?
A. Ensure that the current item is not hidden by the overlay canvas.
B. Call the built-in GET_VIEW_PROPERTY to set the canvas VISIBLE property to True.
C. In the Layout Editor, choose View Stacked Views.
Then select the overlay canvas in the Stacked Canvases dialog box.
D. Change the stacking order of canvases under the Canvases node in the Object Navigator.
Ensure that the overlay canvas is the first canvas listed under this node.
E. Change the stacking order of canvases under the Canvases node in the Object Navigator.
Ensure that the overlay canvas is the last canvas listed under this node.
Exhibit: You are developing an account management system for First National Bank. The Layout Editor for the
Customer form is shown in the exhibit.
The three buttons on the form invoke separate forms to enter deposits and withdrawals for the customer's
checking, savings, and money market accounts. Often deposit and withdrawals to these accounts are
accomplished as part of a single transaction, so they must all be committed together or all rolled back if the
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