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Disable Visual Studio's Ability To Remember Open Forms

How do I keep Visual Studio 2005 from remembering which forms and code
modules I last had open? Every time I reopen a project it tries to put me
back exactly where I was when I left. This means that I have to close all of
the open windows to clean up the mess.

In VB 6 all I had to do was clear out the contents of the project .vbw file
and then make it read-only so VB couldn't save the restore info when it shut

How do I accomplish the same thing in Visual Studio 2005?
Jun 16 '06 #1
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Herman Jones wrote:
How do I keep Visual Studio 2005 from remembering which forms and code
modules I last had open? Every time I reopen a project it tries to put me
back exactly where I was when I left. This means that I have to close all of
the open windows to clean up the mess.

I don't know how to accomplish what you want, but you can right click
the tab for the start page and choose Close All But This to close all
windows but the start page.

Jun 19 '06 #2

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