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In this chapter we discussed basic things you need to know as a Visual Basic developer to feel at home within the Visual Studio 2012 Integrated Development Environment. Tasks such as creating projects, compiling projects, debugging applications, and searching for documentation and tools are the most common in a developer’s life, and this chapter offers a fast way to understand all the primary tools you need for building applications with Visual Basic 2012. You also saw some new tools introduced by Visual Studio 2012, such as Quick Launch and Call Hierarchy. Now that you know how you can move inside the IDE, it’s time to begin working with the Visual Basic programming language.

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