Errata for Programming Visual Basic .NET
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The example that starts on this page and continues through page 143 is
missing a step, resulting in the example not compiling. To add the step, go
to page 142, second paragraph from bottom, which starts, "To change the
form's caption..." Immediately prior to this paragraph, insert the
Recall that the Visual Studio .NET compiler automatically generates a Main
method in the class that defines your form. The project's Property Pages
dialog box has a setting that specifies which class should contain the Main
method. Because you have changed the name of the class that implements your
form, you must also change the corresponding setting on the project's
Property Pages dialog box so that it matches the class name. Here's how:
1. In the Solution Explorer Window, right-click on the project node (not
the solution node) in the tree, and then choose Properties from the popup
menu. The project's Property Pages dialog box appears.
2. Find the drop down list labeled, "Startup Object", and select
"HelloWindows" from this list.
3. Click the OK button.