Introducing Windows Forms
If you have read through the previous 26 chapters, you should have a solid handle on the VB 2008 programming language as well as the foundation of the .NET platform. While you could take your newfound knowledge and begin building the next generation of console applications (boring!), you are more likely to be interested in building an attractive graphical user interface (GUI) to allow users to interact with your system.
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