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How would I add C# to VS 2010? currently I default into Vb.
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by:joshbula
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File --> New Project (or New Website)

Click "Installed Templates", expand "Visual C#" and choose the type of C# project you are creating.  

If Visual C# is not an option, you can try the command:

devenv /installvstemplates

Or you may need to re-run the installer for Visual Studio.
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by:zachvaldez
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I dont have C# as option under Installed templates only VB. Id  like to add it there?
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by:joshbula
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Close all instances of Visual Studio. Open the visual studio command prompt, and type this command:

devenv /installvstemplates
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by:zachvaldez
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Id like to learn C#. I already have various VB programs .

what does this devenv /installvstemplates
do?
I dont want to lose any programs. thanks
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by:zachvaldez
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this does not work..devenv /installvstemplates
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cubaman_24 earned 100 total points
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Hello:
Just run the VS installer and choose to add the C# feature.
Best regards.
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by:Éric Moreau
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which edition of VS have you installed?

if you installed the express version, you will have to download and install C# express as well.

if you have the full version of VS, restart the installation and select C# from the options.
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