Changing the values of some properties is fairly easy. We’ll now change the
Text properties of our labels, and the Text properties of our Textboxes.
Click on Label1 so that it has the sizing handles, and is therefore selected.
Examine the Property box for the Label:
You can see that the Label control has quite a few different properties to
the Form control. Think back to your television as an control. It will have
different buttons and knobs to your DVD Player control. A label has different
“buttons and knobs” to the Form’s “buttons and knobs”.
But the Label has a lot of properties that are the same. The Text property
of a Label does what you’d expect it to do: adds text to your label. We’ll do
- With label1 selected, click inside the area next to “Text”, and
delete the word “Label1” by hitting the backspace key on your keyboard
- Type in the words “First Name”
- Click back onto the grey form, or hit the return key on your keyboard
- Label1 has now changed its text caption to read “First Name”
- If you’ve made a typing error, go back to the first step above and try
- Your form should now look like this:
Now, change the Text property of the other two labels. Change them to these
Label2: Last Name
Label3: Telephone Number
What you should notice is that the labels resize themselves, after you press
the enter key to commit the changes. You may need to drag your labels to the
left a bit. But when you’re finished, your form should look like ours below:
The form might look a little squashed, though. Is there anything we can do
to make it bigger? Well, it just so happens there is.
The Form can be resized just like the Label and the textboxes. Click anywhere
on the form that is not a textbox or a label. If you look closely around the
Form’s edges, you’ll notice our old friends the sizing handles. To make the
form bigger, just stretch them like you did the labels and the textboxes. Play
around with the size of the form until you’re happy with it. You can now reposition
and resize the textboxes and labels so that things don’t look too squashed.
Your form might look like this one:
Click on Debug > Start to have a look at your programme. Or Press
F5 on your keyboard. Click Debug > Stop Debugging to get back to the
design environment. (Or press Shift + F5, or just click the red X at the top
right of the form.)
Now, lets add a splash of colour to our form.
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