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Dynamic AutoComplete Tool End-user Experience
In order for autocompletion to really improve the usability of an application,
it should be easy to use and unobtrusive. The de-facto standard
(at least on the Windows platform) can be found in Internet Explorer and the Windows Shell.
Dynamic AutoComplete Tool provides exactly the same user
experience as the built in Windows' autocompletion feature. It achieves this by leveraging the
autocomplete user interface code in the
This not only gives users consistent experience across the system and your applications,
but it also ensures that the component is small and efficient.
Data-entry forms, search boxes, logon screens, file/URL pickers... these are all examples
of user interface elements that will benefit greatly from being AutoComplete-enabled.
Do you think users enjoy filling out data-entry forms?
Of course not! By putting the AutoComplete component onto
a Form, all the TextBox and ComboBox controls already on the Form are automatically
AutoComplete-enabled: they'll remember what your users typed in and they'll suggest entries
appropriate in a given context. Automatically. Without writing a line of code!
With Dynamic AutoComplete Tool, you can
increase usability of your applications almost instantly with virtually no development effort!
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