Where does the user initialization code go in VS2005 / VB.NET

In VS2003 / VB.NET there was a comment line near the top of each form's code that said "Add any initialization afer the InitializeComponent() Call" after which you could add your initialization code to the form(s)

As in VS2005 the "windows form Designer generated code" has been moved to 'formname'.designer.vb, could someone please tell me where do I now put my initialization code form my form(s)

This is very urgent hence the 500 points.

Many thanks
   Steve
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SanclerCommented:
If you type

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in the code window for your form, as soon as you press <Enter> you will get the old familiar bit about adding your initialization code to the form.

Roger

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