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I'd like to know how to use the Visual Studio 2005 to make a GUI design for a software under development. I heard there's a drag&drop technique, but I'm not familiar with the program.
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It's very easy to use. You have a toolbox with a list of control and you just have to drag & drop into your form.

Have you Visual Studio 2005 already installed ?
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