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User Interface Reference

Visual Studio .NET 2003

User interface (UI) reference topics explain the options that appear on various dialog boxes, windows, and other user interfaces. These types of topics generally appear when you press F1 in a dialog box or window. In the table of contents, these topics are grouped by the feature area to which they apply. For example, the UI reference topic for the Find dialog box can be found under Editors.

In This Section

Add-In and Customization User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements that allow you to create and work with Add-ins and to create your own toolbars.
Build User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements that assist you in building your applications and tracking the build's progress.
Component and Object Programming User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements for managing servers, opening data connections, viewing and navigating symbols in your code, and designing components and user controls.
Data User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements that you use when designing data access in an application.
Debugging User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements you can use for debugging your application.
Deployment
Describes the Deployment user interface.
General User Interface Elements
Describes the Code Editor, the Properties window, the Toolbox, and the Task List.
Help
Describes UI elements that display Help in Visual Studio.
Macros User Interface Elements
Describes the Macros environment and the Macro Explorer window.
Navigation User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements that allow you to find information and move around efficiently in your projects.
Options Dialog Box
Describes what settings you can change that affect the integrated development environment (IDE).
Performance Analysis User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements that allow you to examine and debug distributed applications.
Shortcut Keys
Describes the predefined keyboard binding schemes in the IDE, plus the standard shortcut key combinations that work within all Windows-based applications.
Solution, Project, and File User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements that allow you to manage your applications.
Source Control User Interface Elements
Describes source control services available within the development environment.
Web and HTML Programming User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements having to do with Web programming.
Windows Programming User Interface Elements
Describes UI elements having to do with programming Windows-based applications.

Related Sections

Extensibility Reference
Contains language reference topics for the automation model for the integrated development environment (IDE), including debugging.
Language Equivalents
Provides a key of how each programming language structures its common syntax elements.
Template Description Language Reference
Contains topics that explain the notation used to write policy files for Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Templates.
Visual Studio Commands
Contains language reference topics that explain how to use commands to interact with the integrated development environment (IDE) from the Command Window and Find/Command box.
Devenv Command Line Switches
Contains language reference topics that explain how to launch Visual Studio and build from the DOS box.
Development Environment Reference
Contains topics such as shortcut keys, regular expression syntax, and wildcard syntax.
Error Messages
Contains error message topics for Visual Studio.
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