list box


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list box

An on-screen display of text items in a scrollable window. For example, in the Windows version of this database, the index on the left side of the screen is a list box.
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One of the nice features of a list box control on a form is that its content can be changed dynamically depending on data in other controls on the form.
Once the quotation has been checked by the cea by comparing it with the unit price list box given by the contractor in his bid and annexed to the contract, The request for work will be triggered.
To display word options to be selected, a drop-down list box is used on the page.
The control (right) panel contains a list box to select a probability distribution for the population, a spin button for a sample size selection, a list box for selecting multiple samples at once, and two command buttons for animation (a single sample or multiple samples).
Relationship Chart: Shows a list box with columns and rows with a heads up view of every scale and arpeggio that is matched by the database for each scale degree.
We retrieve specific records from the table by passing the "Product" name selected in the list box as a search parameter in the LINQ query.
Through the element type List box will select the material delivery status.
Click the white square next to the Video profile list box to save the preset for later use; otherwise, Expression Encoder flushes it.
Users simply drag fields from the Pivot Table Field List box to the column and row headings in the pivot table form.
A user clicks the left arrow button to add a feature to the "desired" list box or clicks the right arrow button to add a feature to the "undesired" list box.
Thus we compared the following tasks: (a) ballistic task--moving a slider a long distance (more than 40 mm); (b) discrete task--selecting an up/down button a few times (fewer than 20); (c) pointing tasks--selecting an item from a list box or drop-down list box (in which scrolling was not required; the ballistic, discrete, and pointing tasks were all predicted to yield better performance when using a touch screen); (d) precision tasks--moving a slider a short distance (less than 20 mm), scrolling within text box and list boxes, and scrolling to select from a drop-down list box; and (e) repetitive task--selecting an up/ down button multiple times (more than 80).
But with the best will in the world, the Czechs are not the glamorous A list box office attraction we all dreamed of in the nights after Cardiff.