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Developing Microsoft® .NET Controls with Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET by John Connell

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Building the PlutonicNebulizer Component

One note before we start: we won’t be running the program we’re building now but simply examining properties in design time, just as your users will be doing. Now let’s begin.

Create a new Windows Class Library project with the name PropertyExamples, as shown in Figure 4-19.

Figure 4-19. Creating a new Class Library project

You know the rest of the drill. Delete the default Class1 file and add a new component class, as you did in the first project. Name the new component class PlutonicNebulizer.vb.

Next add the appropriate references to the assemblies you’ll need. Bring up Solution ...

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