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VB 2008 EXPRESS - How to delete a project

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I am just in the beginning phase of learning VB 2008 using VB 2008 Express version.  How do I delete a project?  I want to start fresh again.
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Visual studio sets up a documents folder during setup called visual studio 2008 normally in My Documents. There should be a sub folder called Projects in which there should be folders with the name of your project simply delete this folder to delete your windows forms project. If your project is a web project you will have a corresponding folder in the websites folder which should be in the same location as the projects folder again delete the folder with the same name as your project.
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