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|Chapter 2 : Understanding the Visual Basic 2008 Environment|
Customizing the Visual Basic Environment
Visual Basic lets you customize many of its interface elements such as windows and toolbars, enabling you to be more efficient in the work you do. Create a new Windows application now by opening the File menu and choosing New Project. This project illustrates manipulating the design environment, so name this project Environment Tutorial and click OK to create the project. Your screen should look like the one shown in below Figure:
Design windows, such as the Properties window and Solution Explorer shown in below Figure, provide functionality for building complex applications. Read more...