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Chapter 3. Making Your Programs Do What ... > Now What? Getting a Program to Do So... - Pg. 31

Making Your Programs Do What You Want Them to Do 31 · Text boxes--You use these controls to type text data. To see some examples, select WordPad's Format, Paragraph command to get to the Paragraph dialog box, shown in Figure 3.8. The Left, Right, and First line controls are all text boxes. (The Paragraph dialog box has served its pur- pose, so click Cancel.) Figure 3.8. Some sample text boxes. · List boxes--These controls display a list of items and you select an item by clicking it. An ex- ample can be seen if you select WordPad's Insert, Date and Time command, shown in Figure 3.9. (After you've played around a bit, click Cancel to close this dialog box.)