This is definitely a beginner question, but I was hoping someone could explain this to me since i'm used to working with VB. In VB viewing the different events for a page or a user control is easy to do. You can select the control in the top left rectangle of the IDE and see a list of its associated events in the top right rectangle of the IDE.
In c# you can't do that. You also can't see a list of events associated with it in the properties window as far as I can tell. If you double click the control in designer mode you will generate the method signature for its default event but nothing else.
I am trying to make the RowCreated event for a grid view in C#. Is there a way to generate a method signature for this event?