Manipulating Objects

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You can manipulate and work with objects on a form at design time.

The following list describes some of the tasks you can perform with objects on the form:

The Properties window is the primary location for controlling all objects on the form. The Properties window displays the properties, events, and methods and their settings for a selected form, data environment, cursor, relation, or control. For more information about the Properties window, see Properties Window (Visual FoxPro).

In This Section

How to: View Properties for Objects


Discusses how to view an object's properties, methods, and events in the Properties window.
How to: Set Properties for Objects


Describes how to set or edit the value of an object's property at design time or programmatically.
How to: Display Inherited Code for Objects, Events, and Methods


Explains how to display code inherited from parent classes for objects, events, and methods.
How to: Show Properties with Modified Settings


Explains how to display only those properties with modified settings in the Properties window.
Example of Manipulating Objects


Contains an example with two forms in a formSet. The example illustrates how to set properties and call event code from a number of objects inside a formset.

Related Sections

Designing Forms


Provides links to topics that explain how to use the Visual FoxPro designers to create forms.
Adding Objects to Forms


Provides links to topics that explain the various ways to add objects to forms.
Working with Forms


Provides links to topics that explain how to work with forms, such as how to run a form or how to dock forms.


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