Instructions for starting visual studio.fall.2010

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Instructions for starting visual studio 1 Open visual studio and this screen will appear.
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2. Keystrokes: File, New, Project: Where enter name appears at the bottom of the screen choose a file name consistent with syllabus instructions. I chose “demo.fall.2010”
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3. Make sure you choose Win 32 project. Press OK. You will now see the following screen:
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4. Press Next and you will see the following screen:
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5. Choose empty project
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Unformatted text preview: and then enter finish and you will see the following screen: 6. You are almost there. Right click “source file”, select “ add ” , select “new item” . You will now see the following screen: 7. At the bottom of the screen enter the same name as your project name, in this case “demo.fall.2010. Now press “add” and you will finally see: In the blank area is where you will learn to enter C++ code....
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