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I bought yesterday Visual Basic 2005 and i installed it on my computer. When i first started the program it asked me what look or language would i use so i would show me the windows more accurately to my programming experience. The thing is that i choose VB view but i do not like it and i would like to change it to another view setting but i don´t know how. Can someone please help me.

Thanks a lot and forgive my bad spelling if you see some,
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Admin Please refund me. I found the answer.

You have to go to Tool and from there to Import and Export Settings. Once the wizard opens you have to choose reset settings, and this will allow you to choose an IDE view again.

Thanks a lot anyway,
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