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Debugging Preparation: Windows Control Libraries

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Debugging a Windows Control Library is similar to debugging a Class Library project. In most cases, you will call the Windows control from another project. When you debug the calling project, you can step into the code of your Windows control, set breakpoints, and perform other debugging operations. For more information, see Debugging Preparation: Class Libraries and Windows Forms Controls.

See Also

Debugging Managed Code | Debugging Preparation: C# and Visual Basic Project Types | Project Settings for a C# Debug Configuration | Project Settings for a Visual Basic Debug Configuration