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Visual Basic Programmer eCertification

The following outline describes the content of the Visual Basic Programmer eCertification.  To qualify as a Visual Basic Programmer, you must pass the examination with a score of 60% or higher.  To be certified as a Master Visual Basic Programmer, you must obtain a score of 75% or higher.

VB Concepts

Topic

Subtopic

Advanced Controls

Animation

Advanced Controls

Chart

Advanced Controls

Common Dialogue Boxes

Advanced Controls

DB Grid

Advanced Controls

Flex Grid

Advanced Controls

Forms/MDI

Advanced Controls

Imagelist

Advanced Controls

Listview

Advanced Controls

MAPI

Advanced Controls

Masked Edit

Advanced Controls

MCI

Advanced Controls

Pic Clip

Advanced Controls

Progress Bar

Advanced Controls

Rich Text

Advanced Controls

Slider

Advanced Controls

StatusBar

Advanced Controls

Tab Strip / Tab Control

Advanced Controls

ToolBar

Advanced Controls

Treeview

Advanced Controls

UpDown (Spin)

Basics

Arrays

Basics

Classes

Basics

collections

Basics

Command

Basics

Conditional Statements

Basics

Controls

Basics

Date & Time

Basics

Debugging tools

Basics

Enumerations

Basics

Error Handling

Basics

Events

Basics

Forms/MDI

Basics

Functions and Procedures

Basics

Help

Basics

Label

Basics

Loops

Basics

Methods

Basics

Msgbox/ Inputbox

Basics

Numbers & Money

Basics

Objects

Basics

Operators

Basics

String Functions

Basics

Strings

Controls

Check Box

Controls

Combo Box

Controls

Command

Controls

Frame

Controls

Image Control

Controls

Label

Controls

List Box

Controls

Menus

Controls

OLE

Controls

Option Button

Controls

Picture

Controls

Scroll Bars

Controls

Shape and Line

Controls

Text

Controls

Timer

Data Types

Arrays

Data Types

Control Arrays

Data Types

Date & Time

Data Types

Numbers & Money

Data Types

Scoping

Data Types

Strings

Data Types

Structures

File I/O

Files & Directories

File I/O

Local Databases

File I/O

ODBC Databases

File I/O

Random Files

File I/O

Sequential Files

File I/O

SQL Statements

Interfacing w/ Windows

ActiveX Controls

Interfacing w/ Windows

Component Manager

Interfacing w/ Windows

DDE

Interfacing w/ Windows

DLLs & Procedure Calls

Interfacing w/ Windows

Methods

Interfacing w/ Windows

OLE

Interfacing w/ Windows

String Functions

Program Development

Addins

Program Development

Classes

Program Development

Debugging tools

Program Development

Distributing Applications

Program Development

Error Handling

Program Development

IDE

Program Development

Internet

All eCertification examinations are delivered through the web and use computer adaptive testing (CAT), in which the degree of complexity for questions areas based on previous answers.  Additionally, questions are selected from large question banks, so that it is not productive to memorize questions. 

The expected time to complete the Visual Basic Programmer eCertification examination is 60 minutes.  In addition to registration with eCertifications.com, all certified professionals may use one of the logos below on their resume followed by a professional certificate which is suitable for framing.

Visual Basic Visual Basic Master

 


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