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By using existing controls—which are objects—you can create powerful applications much faster than if you had to write all the code yourself. The brush’s properties, selected in the RadioButtons labeled Black and Medium, are default settings—the initial settings you see when you first run the application. Programmers include default settings to provide reasonable choices that the application will use if the user chooses not to change the settings. Default settings also provide visual cues for users to choose their own settings.

Com 16 Chapter 2 Dive Into® Visual C# 2010 Express Textbox (displaying the text Form1) which can be modified Fig. 5 | Textbox control for modifying a property in the Visual Studio IDE. Fig. 6 | Dialog for modifying a control’s font properties. Collectively, the Form and controls make up the program’s GUI. Users enter data (inputs) into the program by typing at the keyboard, by clicking the mouse buttons and in a variety of other ways. Programs use the GUI to display instructions and other information (outputs) for users to view.

19 | Toolbox window displaying controls for the Common Controls group.

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