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Old August 6th, 2010, 12:19 PM
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click Source to change to HTML view.' I couldn't find a HTML view button
If your quote is correct, It says click Soure to switch to HTML so I am not sure why you are looking for an HTML button? The code you see (with the HTML / markup is called HTML view which you got after you clicked the Source button..

Where the heck is the 'client Object & Events combo box'?
If you're in HTML view, you should see two drop down lists right above the code editor (the HTML view), provided you're working with the right document type. What type of page do you have open?

What and where the heck is the 'event combo box'?
Same story: above HTML view, next to the Client Object and Events combo

Who writes this stuff!
Authors, typically. I am not sure I understand your problems exactly. Everything you've quoted makes perfect sense to me within Visual Studio. Looks like you or the book missed some important basics.


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