Intrinsic controls, Visual Basic Programming

INTRINSIC CONTROLS 

The Intrinsic controls are the built-in controls. Few of the controls are Combo box, Check box, Command Button, Label etc. The controls have properties related with them. The Tool tip text, Caption, Tab stop, Mouse pointer, Tab index, Font are few of the properties related with the controls.

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