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Programming > Visual Basic > Tutorial > 3 - Creating a Button

Once you have placed a button on the form, you should have something that looks like the form below:

Try resizing the button by clicking on it once to select it, then dragging on one of the small squares surrounding it. You can resize the form itself in a similar manner. You can also move the button anywhere on the form by holding down your mouse over it and dragging it to the desired position.

Like all controls, a button has properties which are displayed in the properties window when the button is selected. You will be shown how to change some of these properties in the next step of the tutorial.

Now take a look at: VB Properties Window

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