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Visual Basic® .NET by Example by Bob Donald, Gabriel Oancea

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A Tour of the Generated Project

The Solution Explorer displays all of the different types of elements that are part of the solution. A solution is a grouping of one or more projects. If you are just starting to use Visual Studio .NET most of your solutions are probably going to contain just one project. As you become more experienced you may develop many projects as part of one overall solution.

Figure 2.2 shows this solution contains one project. You can create another project and add it to this solution by selecting File, Add Project, New Project. This displays the Add New Project dialog box shown in Figure 2.1. After you select the type of project you want to create, name it, and give it a location, the new project is added to the solution ...

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