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Back in my VB days when I wanted to add an event to the code, all I had to do was click on the drop down at the top left of the code view and choose the control I wanted to add an event to. The drop down on the right side would then be populated with a list of available events. I could choose any of these events and if the event existed it would take me to that event in the code. If the event didn't have a definition yet, it would create one and take me there.
Anybody know why C# (vs 2008) doesn't have this same functionality? Is there a way to get it there?