Creates a form to which you can add controls.
Forms have properties that determine their appearance, such as position, size, and color, and their behavior, for example, whether they are sizable. You can also use the Form Designer to design a form.
Forms can respond to events initiated by a user or triggered by the system. For example, you can write code in a form's Click event procedure that changes the color of the form when you click it. You can use methods to manipulate forms. For example, you can use the Move method to change a form's location and size. From within a program, you can use the Hide and Show methods to make forms transparent or visible at run time.
For additional information about creating forms, see Creating Forms.