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Old October 29th, 2003, 12:11 PM
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I am very new to Visual Basic .NET and programming, One day so far. I have a very stupid question.
When I first start Visual Studio .NET it takes me to the start Page that lists my projects. However I can find no way inside the program to remove projects. Can this be done? I just go into the Visual Studio Projects folder in my Documents and erase them manually. I would think it could be done in the program however. Thanks for hearing me out.

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Old October 29th, 2003, 01:24 PM
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I dont believe there is a way to remove projects from within the environment. I think your best bet is to remove them like you said.
 
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How weird, thanks anyhow. I figured a program like this would have something as simple as that. Oh well, thanks again.

 
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The list of project you see is merely a "Recently opend items" list.

MS just shows it in a fancy way in .NET



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