To work with the Windows Forms library, create a Windows Forms project in Visual Studio, and then use the visual designers to create the application's main form.
The Properties window enables you to control almost every aspect of each control's appearance and behavior, and dramatically reduces the amount of code you must type.
Controls such as the data grid offer rich and intuitive behavior with little or no coding.
You can create new forms of your own by inheriting from System::Windows::Forms::Form . Create an instance of the form class and call ShowDialog() or Show() .