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minor settings issue with Visual studio 2010


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#1 chromebuster

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 09:14 PM

Hi folks,
I've been getting along pretty good with the C# self-paced book I've been working on to learn the language. I've even been able to write a few of the example programs. But the reason why this topic is here and not in programming, is because it, in all honesty, has nothing to do with programming directly. My question is, how do you change the default settings in Visual Studio 2010 from the visual basic defaults to the C# defaults? I can't see them in the options menu. let me know if I've missed anything. If anyone knows how to change this, I'd really appreciate it, or else I'm going to end up with a never-ending cycle of errors at compile time. All I see under project default settings are VB default settings, explicit on by default, strict is off. I've also checked with a sighted individual, as sometimes my screen reader misses things, and he told me that it was all he could see as well.

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