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Visual Basic Documentation Map1

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Identifiers in a DBCS Environment
See Also
DBCS characters are not supported in any of the following identifiers:
Public procedure names
Public variables
Public constants
Project name (as specified in the Project Properties dialog box)
Class names (Name property of a class module, a user control, a property page, or a user document)
Visual Basic Documentation Map
Visual Basic includes many documentation tools, each designed to help you learn and use a particular
aspect of the product. The documentation provided with Visual Basic is listed below.
Programmer's Guide
A guide to creating applications with Visual Basic. Explains programming techniques, using frequent
examples to show how the techniques work in typical applications.
Using ActiveX Controls

An introduction to the ActiveX controls \u2014 formerly called OLE controls \u2014 included with the Visual Basic Professional and Enterprise editions. Start here for general information, scenarios of real-life uses, and code. Included in the Component Tools Guide.

Creating ActiveX Components
A guide to creating ActiveX controls, ActiveX documents, and ActiveX code components (formerly OLE
servers). Includes introductory step-by-step chapters as well as in-depth design guides. Included in the
Component Tools Guide.
Extending the Visual Basic Environment with Add-Ins
A guide to using the Visual Basic extensibility object model to tailor the development environment to your
unique needs. Use objects in the model to build add-ins that automate repetitive tasks, monitor the
development environment for certain events, or perform complex tasks. Included in the Component Tools
Accessing DLLs and the Windows API

A guide to enhancing functionality provided by Visual Basic by calling functions in dynamic-link libraries
(DLLs). Through DLLs, you can access the thousands of procedures that form the backbone of the
Microsoft Windows operating system, as well as routines written in other languages. Included in the

Component Tools Guide.
Introduction to Internet Applications

An introduction to creating applications that can run on the Internet or an intranet, presenting HTML
pages inside forms-based applications, and deploying these applications and other ActiveX components on
the Web. Included in the Component Tools Guide.

Data Access Guide
A guide to creating and manipulating databases using Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and other

data access technologies.
Provides a complete reference for features available in all editions of Visual Basic. Includes sections on the

programming language, controls, the development environment, and more.
Describes the sample applications provided with Visual Basic.
Microsoft DAO 3.6
Provides an overview and complete reference for Data Access Objects, a programming model that allows

you to programmatically access and manipulate data in local or remote databases, and to manage
databases, their objects and their structure.
Using the Repository with Visual Basic
A guide to using Microsoft Repository, an extensible object modeling system that allows full programmatic
access via Automation objects. Microsoft Repository comes with the Repository Add-in, a Visual Basic add-2
in module that automatically stores and maintains the structure of your Visual Basic projects in an object-
oriented data repository.
Other Documentation

You may find the following sets of documentation useful; these are located elsewhere in the MSDN library.
Active Server Pages
Provides introductory material about ASP.
Internet Information Services
Internet Information Services are a platform for creating ASP pages and developing Web applications.
Contains information about a variety of technologies that Microsoft has developed to facilitate

development of Internet applications and content, including dynamic HTML.
Microsoft Data Access SDK
Provides information about ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), OLE DB, and Open Database Connectivity
Microsoft Repository 2.0
Provides information about the Microsoft Repository, which produces a common place to persist

information about objects and relationships between them.
Microsoft SQL Server
This toolkit covers Transact-SQL, programming ODBC for SQL, and much more.
Microsoft Transaction Server 2.0
Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) is a component-based transaction processing system for developing,

deploying, and managing high-performance, scalable, and robust enterprise, Internet, and intranet server

Microsoft Visual Database Tools
A guide to using the Database Designer and Query Designer to create data-driven applications that rely on

live connections to Microsoft SQL Server databases.