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You know , There are same interface about the design window and the code windows in the VB.Net IDE . But in the code window I do not want to use such toolbox and properties , I don't want to see him...

How can automatic change the interface when I choice the code window .

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In visual studio you can "window shade" the toolboxes. This is done by un-pinning them with the little pushpin button at the top of a docked toolbox. This causes the tool box to "window shade" into the edge of the environment window. To get back to the toolbox, you just mouse over the toolbox "handle". I don't know if you can have the toolboxes show and hide entirely based on the view (code versus form).

I just realized that you are working in the VB.NET IDE. I hope my response applies to that as well.
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