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Intelisense Not Working in Visual Studio.NET

Hello,
I'm sure there's an easy answer for this but I can't seem to figure
out why VS is behaving this way. If I create a new ASP.net project,
the codebehind VB file allows me to type in the name of a control and
when I hit the period all the respective methods and attributes come
up for that object (isn't that intelisense?).

But, If I try to create a single ASPX file with VB code inline using
visual studio, the code itself does not use the typical VB coloring
and when I type in a control I get no list of attributes/methods when
i hit the period.

Do I need to do something special to activate this intelisense?

Please help as I'm kind of a newbie to VS.net.

Thanks

Eric
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Almost everybody in this newsgroup is using VB6 or lower. While you may get
a stray answer to VB.NET questions here, you should ask them in newsgroups
devoted exclusively to .NET programming. Look for newsgroups with either the
word "dotnet" or "vsnet" in their name.

For the microsoft news server, try these newsgroups...

microsoft.public.dotnet.general
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb
microsoft.public.vsnet.general

There are some others, but these should get you started.

Rick - MVP

"Eric" <er**********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:53*************************@posting.google.co m...
Hello,
I'm sure there's an easy answer for this but I can't seem to figure
out why VS is behaving this way. If I create a new ASP.net project,
the codebehind VB file allows me to type in the name of a control and
when I hit the period all the respective methods and attributes come
up for that object (isn't that intelisense?).

But, If I try to create a single ASPX file with VB code inline using
visual studio, the code itself does not use the typical VB coloring
and when I type in a control I get no list of attributes/methods when
i hit the period.

Do I need to do something special to activate this intelisense?

Please help as I'm kind of a newbie to VS.net.

Thanks

Eric

Jul 17 '05 #2
Will do Rick. Thanks for lending a hand.

"Rick Rothstein" <ri************@NOSPAMcomcast.net> wrote in message news:<5v********************@comcast.com>...
Almost everybody in this newsgroup is using VB6 or lower. While you may get
a stray answer to VB.NET questions here, you should ask them in newsgroups
devoted exclusively to .NET programming. Look for newsgroups with either the
word "dotnet" or "vsnet" in their name.

For the microsoft news server, try these newsgroups...

microsoft.public.dotnet.general
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb
microsoft.public.vsnet.general

There are some others, but these should get you started.

Rick - MVP

"Eric" <er**********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:53*************************@posting.google.co m...
Hello,
I'm sure there's an easy answer for this but I can't seem to figure
out why VS is behaving this way. If I create a new ASP.net project,
the codebehind VB file allows me to type in the name of a control and
when I hit the period all the respective methods and attributes come
up for that object (isn't that intelisense?).

But, If I try to create a single ASPX file with VB code inline using
visual studio, the code itself does not use the typical VB coloring
and when I type in a control I get no list of attributes/methods when
i hit the period.

Do I need to do something special to activate this intelisense?

Please help as I'm kind of a newbie to VS.net.

Thanks

Eric

Jul 17 '05 #3

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