VB.net properties window not showing events

I am a C# programmer, and have to fix a VB.net app someone wrote. When I go to the properties window for a control, such as button, there is no lightning bolt for the events. Why wouldn't this show up?
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br105559Asked:
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Jason EvansSenior Software DeveloperCommented:
Hi there.

I've never seen lightning bolts in the properties window ever, for VB.NET projects anyway. I think that's just a difference between the C# and VB.NET IDE's.
Jas.
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi br105559;

In VB .Net to view and create event handlers you do it through the code window. At the top of the code window you have two combo boxes. The left combo box you select the object whose events you want to create and in the right combo box you select the event you want to create. Also in the list of events to create the bold items are event handlers that have already been create.

Fernando
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Here are some screen shots
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