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ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart by Ken Getz, Paul D. Sheriff

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Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

When you start a new project in Visual Studio .NET, you will see a group of windows opened within the development environment (one possible layout is shown in Figure 3.4). The following subsections describe each of these windows.

Figure 3.4. Several windows will be open when you start a new Visual Studio .NET project.

Toolbox Window

The Toolbox window contains a list of controls or components that you can drag and drop onto your design surface. The Toolbox window contains several tabs that make different sets of components available, depending on the type of designer active in the editor window ...

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