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Hello,
This is a simple question : I have ( not purposely ) changed the
appearance of my visual C++2005, making a wrong click with my mouse.
Now the errors and messages of output are gone. Since one day, I try
to return to the previous presentation but there's no way , even to
uninstall and reinstall it doesn't work... it has just deleted the
code I was working on since one week.
Do you know how to return to the standard presentation of visual C++?
Thanks ahead of time.

Aug 16 '07 #1
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Hello,
This is a simple question : I have ( not purposely ) changed the
appearance of my visual C++2005, making a wrong click with my mouse.
Now the errors and messages of output are gone. Since one day, I try
to return to the previous presentation but there's no way , even to
uninstall and reinstall it doesn't work... it has just deleted the
code I was working on since one week.
Do you know how to return to the standard presentation of visual C++?
Thanks ahead of time.
OT but, view->other windows->Output
Aug 16 '07 #2
On 2007-08-16 18:23, bejiz wrote:
Hello,
This is a simple question : I have ( not purposely ) changed the
appearance of my visual C++2005, making a wrong click with my mouse.
Now the errors and messages of output are gone. Since one day, I try
to return to the previous presentation but there's no way , even to
uninstall and reinstall it doesn't work... it has just deleted the
code I was working on since one week.
Do you know how to return to the standard presentation of visual C++?
Very off-topic here, questions about your IDE should go to a group
discussing that IDE, http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ is a good place.

The following might work: Start VC++, click Tools, Import and Export
Settings, in the dialog, select Reset all settings.

--
Erik Wikström
Aug 16 '07 #3
On 16 août, 18:32, Erik Wikström <Erik-wikst...@telia.comwrote:
On 2007-08-16 18:23, bejiz wrote:
Hello,
This is a simple question : I have ( not purposely ) changed the
appearance of my visual C++2005, making a wrong click with my mouse.
Now the errors and messages of output are gone. Since one day, I try
to return to the previous presentation but there's no way , even to
uninstall and reinstall it doesn't work... it has just deleted the
code I was working on since one week.
Do you know how to return to the standard presentation of visual C++?

Very off-topic here, questions about your IDE should go to a group
discussing that IDE,http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/is a good place.

The following might work: Start VC++, click Tools, Import and Export
Settings, in the dialog, select Reset all settings.

--
Erik Wikström
Thank you for your answer. I know it is off-topic but there are no
answers on the microsoft forums.
I tried to do what you adviced me to, it fixed the problem, but
induced a new problem : the application fails to start.
Bejiz

Aug 16 '07 #4
bejiz wrote:
On 16 août, 18:32, Erik Wikström <Erik-wikst...@telia.comwrote:
>On 2007-08-16 18:23, bejiz wrote:
>>Hello,
This is a simple question : I have ( not purposely ) changed the
appearance of my visual C++2005, making a wrong click with my mouse.
Now the errors and messages of output are gone. Since one day, I try
to return to the previous presentation but there's no way , even to
uninstall and reinstall it doesn't work... it has just deleted the
code I was working on since one week.
Do you know how to return to the standard presentation of visual
C++?

Very off-topic here, questions about your IDE should go to a group
discussing that IDE,http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/is a good place.

The following might work: Start VC++, click Tools, Import and Export
Settings, in the dialog, select Reset all settings.

--
Erik Wikström

Thank you for your answer. I know it is off-topic but there are no
answers on the microsoft forums.
With all due respect, I am not convinced it's true. Have you tried
the 'microsoft.public.vc.ide_general' newsgroup? In any case, that
hierarchy is where you should be looking for the answers to your
IDE questions, not here.
I tried to do what you adviced me to, it fixed the problem, but
induced a new problem : the application fails to start.
I am sure you will find all the help in the right place.

V
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Aug 16 '07 #5

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