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Visual Studio 2015 / Visual COBOL // Lost part of window where Name, location, Solution, Solution Name

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I closed some panes and now I can't find what option (I suspect under view) that shows the input fields for Name, Location, Solution, Solution name and a browse button.

 

How do I get it back?   I suspect there is a video on Visual Studio but that would be from the MS side.

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RE: Visual Studio 2015 / Visual COBOL // Lost part of window where Name, location, Solution, Solution Name

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I got it. The problem was that I double clicked on the template form. Doing so will result in Visual Studio giving a default name and not giving you a chance to name the project what you want. So the answer is to only single click on the template and then in the name field below type over with the name you want.

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I got it. The problem was that I double clicked on the template form. Doing so will result in Visual Studio giving a default name and not giving you a chance to name the project what you want. So the answer is to only single click on the template and then in the name field below type over with the name you want.

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