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Visual Basic 2008 Essentials If you are new to Visual Basic programming with version 2008, this is the place to start your questions.
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I just followed the instruction in the book Beginning VB 2008 and created the Hello and IntNumber examples. Now I want to reopen them and can't find out how to reopen them.

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It is possible to create a program, then not save it—even though you ran it. Are you sure you saved them? (It wouldn’t be that bad to recreate them; entering code cements your understanding in surprising ways...)
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Brian,

If there is one thing I am anul about and that is saving. I have the files in the proper directories but cannot get back to the Hello (design) tab or screen.

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