Visual Studio provides several ways to extend the user interface. The WebBrowser control provides an all-purpose control for viewing HTML files and loading content from the World Wide Web. The NotijyIcon component allows you to notify users when processes are running in the background, and access keys provide additional options to the user for navigating between controls.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
■ Configure properties and use methods of the WebBrowser control.
■ Add application icons to the task bar with NotifyIcon.
■ Associate a context menu with a NotifyIcon component.
■ Create an access key for a control. Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
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