Using the Task List


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Using the Task List

I suspect you keep a list of tasks somewhere in your office. If you want, you can manage some of your tasks from within Visual Studio. I will show you how to do that. I am inside Visual Studio, and I have opened this project called TaskList. There are two files I want to open. I am going to double-click on Samples.cs and then double-click on Program.cs. Next, I want to turn on the TaskList window. If it's not visible on your computer, you need to go to View > Task List. It then lays down here on the bottom of your screen.

Now it has a normal "add my own task" feature. To do that, I go to this dropdown, and I choose User Tasks, and then I click on this Create User Task. You can see I already have one in here. You probably won't have this one on your computer. I'll click here to add a new task, and then type in the word "Demo". And then when I am finished the task, I can click on this check box to say I am done with that. That's not really the task I want to...

Using the Task List
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Using the Task List provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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