You complain is that there is no
. There is no such method as
. Your question shows, the problem is not that you don't know how to use one or another method. Your problems is that you don't understand language which could possibly explain to you how to do things. You failed to interpret and even remotely understand what the MSDN help page tells you: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.xna.framework.graphics.graphicsdevice.present.aspx
In this situation, further help would look, well… pretty helpless. What, shall we teach you the language, basic ideas of CLR or something like that? This would go far beyond normal help via Quick
Questions & Answers.
You first need to get some understanding of C#, basics of CLR, etc. Even that looks a bit questionable. Anyway, it's too early for you to get to UI. You need to learn some elementary notions and techniques, including OOP and generics, perhaps on simple console-application examples. You would need to grab some manual and read it with understanding.
When you feel comfortable, come back; we will gladly help you.