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Default Please, need help with VC 2005 express IDE!

I don't know what is going on or what I possibly could have done, but some of the most common actions are not available to me though they should be, and I was hoping someone might be able to tell me what I am doing wrong:

After creating a Win32 Console application, adding a class, I switch to the "class view" tab in the explorer. I should (at least that is what my book tells me) able to right click on the class I just added and select "Add Member Variable" to add a member variable to the class I just created. However, all I get is "go to definition, go to declaration, sort.., properties, copy..ect, but nothing about adding a member variable or function.

I then attempted to check on the tool bar menus and found nothing. What am I doing wrong, I used to use VC6 so I am familar with what I am trying to accomplish.

Please help!






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