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    view multiple tabs at once?

    I am a beginner to VB.net and have done a couple successful (working) programs.

    My question is on VB2008 or VB2015 is it possible to view the form designer tab and the form code tab at the same time without having to toggle back and forth?
    I just upgraded to a 34" wide screen and have lots of room to work with on the screen.
    Sure would be nice if this is possible.

    Thanks,
    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvancamp View Post
    I am a beginner to VB.net and have done a couple successful (working) programs.

    My question is on VB2008 or VB2015 is it possible to view the form designer tab and the form code tab at the same time without having to toggle back and forth?
    I just upgraded to a 34" wide screen and have lots of room to work with on the screen.
    Sure would be nice if this is possible.

    Thanks,
    Jeff
    Right click on a tab and select "New horizontal tab group" and that will split them vertically for ya.
    Currently using: VS 2010 Ultimate on Win7 Ultimate x64.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvancamp View Post
    I just upgraded to a 34" wide screen ...
    No need to show off.

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    jvancamp is offline VB.NET Forum Newbie
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    WOW, thanks.
    That works real well on the BIG screen

    I bought the 34" actually to get a higher resolution to do some portrait forms.
    Still doesn't hurt to use it to it's fullest potential.

    Thanks

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