If you are not
already looking at your Visual Basic project form design, click the
tab that says "Form1.vb[Design]".
In the Toolbox,
find "Containers", click on "Panel", and then click on your form, but
not on the panel with the other controls.
Change the new
Size : 718,32
BackColor : anything you like, the example uses "Khaki"
Now click on the
new Panel. You should see some arrows, which indicate that you can move
the Panel. Use your computer's arrow keys to move the new Panel directly
over the Panel with the controls.
to the picture, select "Label" from the Toolbox, then click on the Panel,
and set the Properties for Text and Location as shown below. Then add
another label and set the Properties, and so on.
The Names of the
labels are not important, be sure you are changing the Text Property.
The Labels that
appear to be on two lines, such as "Stock Price at Entry", are actually
two separate labels with the Text Properties "Stock Price" and "at Entry".
The Property for
Text and Location of the labels, from left to right, is as follows.
Remember you can copy and paste these settings to the Immediate Window
for reference, and you can move labels to their Location by using your
computer's arrow keys.
(Option Type) 11,16
(Stock Price) 240,5
(at Entry) 248,16
(Strike Price) 305,16
(Expiration Date) 374,16
(Prev /) 453,5
Save your project.