Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FIGURE 26.8
You manually add controls to a page from the Toolbox.
The arrow icon at the top left of the Toolbox is not a control — you select it when you want to
manipulate controls already placed on a page. The other icons in the Toolbox represent the
controls. In order across and then down, they represent:
n Label: Displays text that the user cannot edit. Usually used to identify other page elements.
n TextBox: Used for user entry/editing of text.
n ComboBox: Combines an editable text field with a list of items from which the user can
select.
n ListBox: Displays a list of items from which the user can select.
n CheckBox: Represents an on/off option.
n OptionButton: Represents one in a set of two or more options. Within a set, one and
only one option can be selected at a time.
n ToggleButton: Represents an on/off option.
n Frame: Used to group controls, for example to define a set of two or more
OptionButtons.
n CommandButton: Used to carry out an action (defined in VBScript).
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