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Question Chapter09 Class Diagram

My VS generated Class Diagram doesn't look like the example in the book. Mine has Program all by itself on the to the right of the interfaces. The other classes are beneath the interfaces connected to each other. (No connection to Program). Page 205 has the example diagram. I wanted to upload a png of my diagram, but can't figure out how.
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Lightbulb I was wondering the same thing??

Then I noticed that I missed step 5 of TRY IT OUT at page 205. In fact when I right clicked MyBase [Show Base Class] was listed instead of [Show Base Type] as mentioned in the book. After that the Object Class appeared like magic with lines connecting Program as well.

Hope that helps!
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That was it. Can't wait to get new glasses...Had both retinas detach now. The right went in 2012. Hard to read sometimes. one other thing the interface on mine is IMyBaseInterface vice IMyInterface.
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I cannot locate the View --> View Class Diagram menu item. Help! Thanks.


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