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Simondo

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Hey Geeks!

I'm kinda new to Visual Studios and I've started a new project. My work colleague uses Visual Studios as well but the layout of his screen is better than mine.
He has tabs just under the menu bar allowing him to quickly switch between code and form designs etc and I dont. This makes it very annoying when trying to effectively use my program.
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I'm completely lost when trying to find out how to switch to his view.

Thanks alot!

EDIT! Its 2005 Visual Studios

Edited by Simondo, 29 January 2009 - 06:12 AM.

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Metallica

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I'm using 2008 but this shouldn't be all too different.

In the menu choose Tools > Options
Under Environment click on General and Select "Tabbed documents" and click OK

Does that help?
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Thats great, must of looked over that a dozen times! Silly me =)

Thanks alot.

Can I also use this website for coding help? I get a little stuck now and again and google doesnt always give you what you want.

Cheers
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I use it all the time. Sometimes you get help. Sometimes describing the problem solves it for me. :)
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I am a somewhat decent programmer with VB, so if you need any help ask here and I can reply (and many others).
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Thanks alot =)
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