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Almost every Windows Mobile application has a user interface, comprising a window or dialog box hosting a variety of controls. The following topics introduce the controls available to the Windows Mobile developer, highlighting the differences between them and their desktop Windows counterparts.
In This Section
- Windows and Dialog Boxes
Describes how to use windows and dialog boxes in Windows Mobile applications.
- Developing Menu Components
Describes how to enhance Windows Mobile applications by adding shortcut menus.
- Property Sheets
Describes Property Sheets.
- Windows Mobile Message Boxes
Describes message boxes, which display notifications and prompt the user for input.
- Notification Balloons
Describes the implementation of Notification Balloons.