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One thing I miss from VB6

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Doing some c# client programming in VS.net

One thing I miss is that in the code view I could set the focus to a
form object in the left hand drop down ( like a TreeView control ) and
then the right hand drop down would expose only the properties and
events associated with that control.

I don't see that in VS.NET

Jul 21 '05 #1
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VB.NET does this.

"John Bailo" <jabailo___jabailo@earthlink______.net> wrote in message
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Doing some c# client programming in VS.net

One thing I miss is that in the code view I could set the focus to a form
object in the left hand drop down ( like a TreeView control ) and then the
right hand drop down would expose only the properties and events
associated with that control.

I don't see that in VS.NET

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Ron
Hi John.
You can use the Object Browser in VS .NET (using c#)
Click View\Object Browser, and click
system.windows.forms\System.Windows.Forms\TreeView
to see its methods, properties and events.
HTH
Ron.

"John Bailo" <jabailo___jabailo@earthlink______.net> wrote in message
news:3a*************@individual.net...

Doing some c# client programming in VS.net

One thing I miss is that in the code view I could set the focus to a
form object in the left hand drop down ( like a TreeView control ) and
then the right hand drop down would expose only the properties and
events associated with that control.

I don't see that in VS.NET

Jul 21 '05 #3

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