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in Visual  Studio 2010 can you display rulers around the design screen that show the position of objects on screen?

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Converting from netobjects fusion to studio 2010 & missing the rulers around the design screen - is there any way to show them? + also is it possible to to get the plit svreen so that it shows the screens side by side - instead of vertically?
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May be you might want to check if there is any LayOut property or something similar.
Did not get that Split screen version. The is a split tab at bottom.
Note: I don't have exact environment to check for as I am using Visual Web Developer 2010.
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Yes you can go to Tools>Options>HTML Designer
Select  General
At the bottom is the check box for Split views vertically check that
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Hes - thank you for split screen info. Any ideas about the rulers  - vs2010 seems yo indicate they are there by default - but I cant see them
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