How can I get similar view for Window1 Events?

See attached image.

I want to know what I have to do to see Window1 Events as in VB.NET.

I am using C#.

CSharp-LoadEvent.png
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AshokAsked:
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lazyberezovskyCommented:
You should go to designer, select your window (or any other control) and in Properties window [F4] click Events tab (lightning icon).
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AshokAuthor Commented:
I know that I can goto Property Window of a control and goto its event.
But if you see attached screen,

in VB.NET
on Left (Window1 Events) and if I DropDown, I can select Loaded to create Loaded event for Window1.

How can I get same list in C# DropDownList?

Ashok
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AshokAuthor Commented:
Basically, I want to be able to use Source Code Window to select Loaded event of Window1 so that it would automatically add code.

Ashok
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AshokAuthor Commented:
I just created new WPFTest application in VB.NET and
it does not have namespace compared to C# code.

How do I get this list of events in Source Code window in C#?
See attached screen.
WinEvents-Loaded.png
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lazyberezovskyCommented:
Well, I afraid you cannot do this in C# IDE.
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AshokAuthor Commented:
No problem, I just wanted to make sure if it is available or NOT.

I have been using Delphi so it should be no problem going to Properties Window and double click on Loaded event.

Thanks,
Ashok
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lazyberezovskyCommented:
See official resource: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/6w2tb12s(VS.80).aspx
"In code-behind pages that use C#, this technique will not work because the control name will not appear in the drop-down list in the last step. Use one of the other procedures instead."
This is common to C# IDE (ASP.NET, XAML, Windows Forms)
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AshokAuthor Commented:
Reason I was expecting it is

one of the Video is only available in VB.NET and I was trying to follow VB.NET video to create C# WPFApplication.

Thanks for the confirmation from official source,
Ashok
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