Chapter 1. Exploring the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment
After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Use the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment.
Open and run a Visual Basic program.
Change property settings.
Move, resize, dock, and automatically hide tool windows.
Use the IDE Navigator.
Open a Web browser within Visual Studio.
Get Help and manage Help settings.
Customize IDE settings to match this book’s step-by-step instructions.
Are you ready to start working with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010? This chapter gives you the skills you need to get up and running with the Visual Studio 2010 Integrated Development Environment (IDE)—the place where you will write Microsoft Visual Basic programs. You should read this chapter ...