Creating an Object Model for a Windows Application - Part 1
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by Brian Mains
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Toolbars

Toolbars are similar to menu items, yet work in a different fashion.  Toolbars themselves are singular, but certain toolbar items (drop downs, etc.) can have children, though not always recursive.  Most of the nomenclature is the same as discussed above, and I won't bore you with another user interface item.


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Title: good article   
Name: RangaswmyR
Date: 2008-01-25 4:41:03 AM
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This artical gives the best learning knowledge and it is very use full for creating and developing of a window form application and according to knowledge wise it is very use full to identified the controles which are usead to devlope a login page for any web sites.

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