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Reference source for VB 2010

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I'm lookin for a reference source - book or web site - where it lists all the controls and their properties. Any suggestions?
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Programming Microsoft Visual Basic .NET (Core Reference) by Francesco Balena (available in Amazon). That was the book that thaught me the basics. And with the basics,  then you have the samples library in MSDN, wonderful stuff, well grouped per argument
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