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Default Properties box for the body element -- Page 40-41

Page 40-41 indicates that I should click on the Property window, but it does not indicate how to find it. There is a comment about this on the errata page, but the comment didn't indicate the solution or the correct code; it just said there was an error.

How do I find the Property Window for the body element that was discussed on Page 40-41 of ASP.NET 2.0?

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Not sure about the book, but if you simply press F4, you will be shown with the property window on the right hand side of the screen.

Or are you asking about any other window!!

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I discovered F4, but don't find anything in the property pane that would enable me to set the TopMargin or LeftMargin. Is there another screen for accomplishing this?
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Use the style property like below:

<body style="MARGIN-TOP: 0px; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 0px">

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