You design dialog windows to
give the end user functionality not directly related to data
structure. A dialog can give the end user a platform to start
on-line batch jobs from, or a catalog for easy access to
To design a dialog class:
||In the Windows Designer catalog, click on the Dialog tab
||In the tree view, right-click on the Dialog node, or a another
dialog class for which you wish to make a subclass, and select New
from the resulting menu.
A new dialog subclass will be
added to the catalog.
||Right-click on the new subclass, and rename it as required
||Make any required changes that are specific to this dialog
class, for example:
||Open the Property Inspector to inspect and/or change any of the
||Open the Controls tab page in the catalog , and insert controls
into the dialog by dragging-and-dropping them onto the design view
of the new dialog class.