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How to: Create Starter Kits  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Before discussing what a Starter Kit is you must first understand Visual Studio templates. A template provides a starting point to begin new projects or project files. Project templates provide all the files necessary to create a new project and can include references, classes, forms, and project settings. The standard new project options you see in the New Project dialog window of Visual Studio such as Windows Application, Class Library, and Console Application are all project templates that co...

List of Knowledge Base keywords that you can use to search for languages articles     
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The Microsoft Knowledge Base is categorized by keywords. This article lists the keywords specific to articles in the languages collection, and those include the programming language products listed at the beginning of this article....

How to debug managed-client applications that are started by using a URL in Visual Studio .NET or in Visual Studio 2005     
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This article describes how to use the IEExec.exe application to debug managed-client applications that you start by using a URL in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET or in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005....

How to call a managed DLL from native Visual C++ code in Visual Studio.NET or in Visual Studio 2005     
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This step-by-step article describes how to call a managed DLL from native C++ code. To do this, create a simple managed DLL by using Microsoft Visual C# .NET or Microsoft Visual C# 2005, and then call this managed DLL from native C++ code....

How to drag forms by using the client area with Visual C++ 2005 or with Visual C++ .NET     
Total Hits: 189  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to permit a user to move a form by dragging the client area of the form. This article describes how to override the WndProc method of the form to enable the client area dragging....

How to change the background color for an MDI parent form in Visual C++ .NET or in Visual C++ 2005     
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This step-by-step article describes how to programmatically change the background color for a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) parent form by using Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 or Microsoft Visual C++ 2005.

When you use a Windows form as an MDI parent form, the Application Background color setting in Control Panel determines the background color of the form. The color is not determined by the BackColor property of the form....

How to create a file-compare function in Visual Basic .NET or in Visual Basic 2005     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to compare two files to see if their contents are the same. This comparison looks at the contents of the two files, not at the file names, locations, dates, times, or other attributes.

This functionality is similar to the MS-DOS-based Fc.exe utility that is included with various versions of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft MS-DOS, and with some development tools.

The sample code that is described in this article performs a byte-by-byte comp...

How to provide file drag-and-drop functionality in a Visual C++ .NET application or in a Visual C++ 2005 application     
Total Hits: 184  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to provide file drag-and-drop functionality in a Microsoft Visual C++ .NET application. A ListBox control is used as the destination of the file drag-and-drop procedure....

How to drag forms by using the client area with Visual C++ 2005 or with Visual C++ .NET     
Total Hits: 126  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to permit a user to move a form by dragging the client area of the form. This article describes how to override the WndProc method of the form to enable the client area dragging....

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Applications     
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Over the past nine years Microsoft has successfully supported a thriving market for application customization and extensibility targeted at packaged software vendors and systems integrators. The existing products for this purpose have worked well, but were developed when COM was the prevailing development environment. With the advent of managed code, there has been a growing demand for similar solutions based on the .NET Framework....

Eyeing Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005     
Total Hits: 552  |  Today: 0Author: Mario Morejon      Rating:  
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Changes featured in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 focus heavily on aiding developer productivity in the face of the increasing complexity of the .Net framework and the tool’s diverse feature set.To speed development, Visual Studio now has additional code refactoring capabilities, including IntelliSense code snippets and intelligent helpers. Hundreds of components and classes inside the .Net framework have been added to the palette. The code snippet library includes more than 400 reusable sections...

Project Upgrade Utility does not work with Visual Studio 2005 Web Application Projects     
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Microsoft has released a new plug-in that allows developers to keep the project files (csproj or vbproj) when upgrading web projects from CLR 1.0 or 1.1 to CLR 2.0. By default, when upgrading a project from CLR 1.x to CLR 2.0, the project files is deleted by Visual Studio. If you try to use the NetAdvantage Project Upgrade Utility on a CLR 2.0 website that has a project file, the Project Upgrade Utility will not update the references correctly for our controls. This happens whether you try to up...

How to: Create Starter Kits     
Total Hits: 176  |  Today: 0Author: Don Peterson      Rating:  
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Visual Studio 2005 templates and Starter Kits provide an efficient and customizable feature to enhance the productivity of any developer. Increasing productivity when starting new projects allows you to jump directly to the implementation of business logic and skip the redundant tasks you would have had to previously perform every time you began a new project....



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