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Hi 4 All!

First, sorry for my bad english.

In the Visual Studio .NET environment I have sorted the toolbox items alphabetically. Now, I can't get undo this!!! Does anyone know how I can group toolbox items logically ?

Regards,


Marco Alves.
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by:jenn5175
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In VS2003 (not sure of previous versions) you can just drag and drop the elements of the toolbox in the order you would like (hold down the mouse button on, say, "Picturebox" and drag your mouse all the way to the top of the toolbox and release your mouse button - Picturebox should now be moved to the top poistion. Is this what your question was or did I misunderstand?

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by:fatalk1ll3r
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Hi guys.

I found the answer.

In the toolbox window right click on the title of the tab that you want to reorganize and then click in the "Add/Remove Items...". The Customize Toolbox will be opened and then click on the Reset button and then click Yes.

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