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Making F1 do something useful in Visual Studio

, 4 May 2011 CPOL
There is a very easy alternative to this in VS 2010 now :) Go to the Help menu, select 'Manage Help Settings', ignore any error messages ( I get 'You do not have permission to modify content under the location specified for the help content store'). Anyway, ignore any error messages then in the...




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I am Edward Nutting, born March 1996 and I am currently a Computer Science and Electronic Engineering undergraduate at the University of Bristol, UK. I've been self-teaching programming since I was eight years old and have dabbled in many different areas from web development (where I had my own advertising startup) to low level operating system stuff (my current project Fling OS).

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