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Visual studios interface menu name.

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I've been searching for this answer for a few hours now. I even went to a local book store and looked through all their visual studio realted books.

What is the name of the drop down menu in visual studios below the tabs of files your working on that displays the "Client objects & events" or "General" and "Decelarations" drop down menus.

Is it something like the "object viewer"?

For some reason on some files in 2010 this isn't displayed on some pages, which means intellisense does not work. And until I can figure out what this ^%$##@ drop down name is I can't find out any details as to the connection between the two.

Jun 8 '10 #1
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Its really difficult to understand your statements...
Can you frame your sentences, a little bit more clear
Jun 9 '10 #2

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If your in front of visual studios look righ under the tabs for your files you have open, directly above the main editor window.

There are one or two drop down menus in this area. Sometimes it has a drop down listed "Client objects & events" or the name of your classes in the current file or just "general".

I really don't know of any better way to explaiin it. like the ONLY drop down menus in visual studios main interface? The drop down menus about 2 inches from the top of the screen?
Jun 9 '10 #3

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can you post the screenshot
Jun 9 '10 #4

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