CCF-Cursors is a VBX product that supports development in Visual Basic 3.0. The cursor's primary role in a Windows program is to indicate the position of the mouse on the screen. However, in many applications the cursor plays a key role in indicating the state or operating mode of a program. For example the hourglass cursor indicates that the user should wait. The I beam cursor is often used to indicate a position in a text string. In paint programs cursors often indicate the tool in use. A pencil, paint can and aerosol spray cursor can indicate the draw, fill and airbrush operations.
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