Advanced Visual Basic 2010 Chapter 8 Programming Challenge 6 Club Committee Organizer

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Advanced Visual Basic 2010 Chapter 8 Programming Challenge 6 Club Committee Organizer


A student computer club needs to keep a record of which club members have joined committees. Your task is to write an application that will make the process easy. In Figure 8-43, the user is about to select the name of a committee from a combo box. In Figure 8-44, the user has selected several members from the general members list and is about to click the Add to committee link, which will copy the selected member names into the current members list. In Figure 8-45, the members have been copied into the current members, and they have been automatically unselected from the General Member list. If the user should try to select and copy a member who already belongs to the committee, nothing will happen. In Figure 8-46, the user is about to remove a selected committee member.
Insert the following list of committees into the combo box: Activities, Community Services, Executive, Membership, Programming Team, Scholarship, Sports, Travel, and Volunteer Tutoring. Make up your own list of at least ten names for the list box containing the general membership.

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Advanced Visual Basic 2010 Chapter 8 Programming Challenge 6 Club Committee Organizer

A student computer club needs to keep a record of which club members have joined committees. Your task is to write an application that will make the process easy. In Figure 8-43, the user is about to select the name of a committee from a combo box. In Figure 8-44, the user has selected several members from the general members list and is about to click the Add to committee link, which will copy the selected member names into the current members list. In Figure 8-45, the members have been copied into the current members, and they have been automatically unselected from the General Member list. If the user should try to select and copy a member who already belongs to the committee, nothing will happen. In Figure 8-46, the user is about to remove a selected committee member.
Insert the following list of committees into the combo box: Activities, Community Services, Executive, Membership, Programming Team, Scholarship, Sports, Travel, and Volunteer Tutoring. Make up your own list of at least ten names for the list box containing the general membership.

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