The CursorPointer property specifies the type of cursor displayed when an end user moves the cursor over a form or control. For example, it is customary for your cursor to turn into a hand when you move it over a link or a button.
You can also set this property using a cascading style sheet. For more information, see Using Cascading Style Sheets.
Applies to: Forms, all controls except for combo boxes, frames, and list boxes.
Winform Set form.[control.]CURSORPOINTER TO n;
Displays an arrow () when end users move their cursors over the control, if you do not have a cascading style sheet applied to your form. Otherwise, it uses the setting in the cascading style sheet.
Displays a text-editing I-beam () when end users move their cursors over the control. This cursor is useful to indicate that end users can enter text into a control, such as an edit box or multi-edit box.
Displays a move cursor ().
Displays a cursor shaped like a cross ().
Displays an hourglass cursor (). This cursor indicates that end users must wait until your application finishes a task.
Displays a cursor with a question mark (). This cursor is useful to indicate that end users can get help.
Displays a hand cursor (). This cursor is useful to indicate that end users can accomplish something by clicking the control, such as a web link or button.