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Using C# Starter Kits 

Visual Studio 2005

A Starter Kit is a complete, self-contained application ready for you to load and build. A Starter Kit comes with its own documentation, including descriptions of programming techniques, and suggestions for how it may be customized. Starter Kits are a great way to see a working C# application in action.

To load and build a Visual C# Starter Kit

  1. On the File menu, click New Project.

    The New Project dialog box appears. This dialog box lists the different default application types that Visual C# can create.

  2. Select a Starter Kit application type, and click OK.

    The Starter Kit loads into Visual C#.

  3. To build and launch the Starter Kit project, press F5.

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