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Programming Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0 by Francesco Balena

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MDI Forms

MDI stands for Multiple Document Interface and is the type of user interface used by most of the applications in the Microsoft Office suite, including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint. Many applications lend themselves to implementation via an MDI user interface. Whenever you have an application that should be able to deal with multiple documents at the same time, an MDI interface is probably the best choice.

MDI Applications

Building Visual Basic MDI applications is simple, as long as you know how to make the best use of a few features of the language. You begin developing an MDI application by adding an MDIForm module to the current project. An MDIForm module is similar to a regular Form module, with just a few ...

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