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BOOK: Beginning Visual C# 2005
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when adding the class view it did not look like the expanded nodes in the fig 2-9 example. There were many more nodes to expand for one providing multiple additional levels of information. none of which I understand just yet but is this due to new updates to VS 2005?, or do I have additional language support installed?

Just want to check that I am setup correct and not headed for headaches!

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JimmieJet:
You are correct in stating that the difference in what you see in fig 2-9 and what is actually displayed on your screen is due to new updates to VS 2005. It is different, fig. 2-9, in the VS 2005 version I am using also. You will also find the difference in fig. 2-12, which I am sure of that you are aware since your post is dated 11/10/2007.

I don't think you are headed for headaches, just be aware of the different Windows.

Hope this helps.

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