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Where  I can see the events in Visual Studio 2008

Posted on 2011-03-12
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Hi experts,

I am new to visual studio 2008 . When I want to check the events of data grid, i found there in no events there(solution explorer). I have attached the screen shot.
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You do that at the property window.
At VS menu, go to View -> Properties Window and then go to the event tab.
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Thanks you are 100% correct.
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