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Can any experts help me to show the ToolBox in VS.Net..??

Posted on 2004-10-17
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In my VS.Net, the Toolbox is now hidden. I have tried to click on the toolbox icon to show it and go to view -> toolbox but it doesn't show. But when I press F5 or run the project, I can see this toolbox. When I stop the project, it disappeared again.

Please help me because I don't want to reinstall my VS.NET again. It takes time alot.

Thank you.
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Question by:veayou
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by:123654789987
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Right click on ToolBox in the standard tool bar. Click the view option.
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by:Desp
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Shortcut doesent work Either?
Ctrl+Alt+X

try to close any tool window like SERVER EXPLORER and they open VIEW->TOOLBOX again
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by:iboutchkine
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In order to see the toolbox you have to switch from code window to the form
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by:veayou
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It's still not work. I have tried all these.

Thank you.
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by:Mike Tomlinson
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Did you get your ToolBox back yet?

~IM
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by:veayou
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Not yet.

I'm waiting for any solutions...

BM.
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Mike Tomlinson earned 450 total points
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Go to Tools --> Options, and click the "Reset Window Layout" button found in the Environment --> General section (which is opened by default).

After that, if your ToolBox is still not visible, try the suggestions in the previous posts.

~IM
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