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Visual Studio Properties in Properties Window

Posted on 2018-01-12
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I am using Visual Studio 2010.  For some reason in source view my properties window does not show the styles anymore (drop down list styles such as border color, style, width, etc.).  I have tried going to tools > properties > text editor > Miscelaneous > there is not option to enable properties grid in source view.

I had this before and I have obviously clicked some options in visual studio to hide some of these properties from the properties window.

Can some help?

Thanks

Rick
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by:Ryan Chong
For some reason in source view my properties window does not show the styles anymore (drop down list styles such as border color, style, width, etc.)
isn't these features (border color, style, width, etc) only available and activated in design view?
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by:rckrch
I am pretty sure I have accessed these in Source view in the past.
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by:Ryan Chong
i got Visual Studio 2010 premium edition in the office, will try to verify that on next Mon.
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by:Shaun Vermaak
You can reset the layout if you did not extensively customize it
Windows > Reset Windows Layout

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by:Ryan Chong
I think you mean this?

try click View > Toolbars > Formatting
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by:rckrch
This does not change anything.  I know that I have accessed these features from source view in the past.  I predominantly use this view for my page design work.
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by:Ryan Chong
in Design View yes

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in Source View no

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I  know that I have used these properties in source view before.  I virtually never use the design view during page and control design, and I have often edited these properties.
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