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Toolbox

The Toolbox displays a variety of items for use in Visual Studio projects . The tabs and items available from the Toolbox change, depending upon the designer or editor currently in use . The items available can include .NET components, COM components, HTML objects, code fragments, and text. You can access the Toolbox from the View menu.

The Toolbox always displays two tabs, a General tab and a Clipboard Ring tab. As you open an editor or designer, other tabs and tools are displayed. You also can add your own custom tabs and tools to the Toolbox. For more information, see Using the Toolbox and Managing Tabs and Items in the Toolbox.

For help on specific Toolbox tabs, select one of the following links

TopicLocation
Windows Forms Tab, ToolboxWindows Forms Programming
Dialog Editor Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio Resource Editors
Data Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
Components Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
General Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
HTML Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
Standard Tab, ToolboxVisual Web Developer
Device Controls Tab, ToolboxSmart Device Projects
Device Components Tab, ToolboxSmart Device Projects
Data Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
Components Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
General Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
HTML Tab, ToolboxVisual Studio - Toolbox Controls and Components
Windows Forms Tab, ToolboxWindows Forms Programming
Standard Tab, Toolbox

See Also

Customize Toolbox Dialog Box | Options that Affect Existing HTML, CSS, or XML Markup | How Policy Affects the Toolbox | Toolbox Object | ToolboxTab Object

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