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Designed not adding a new internal variable to the class

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I am having a problem with using the Visual Studio Profession 2008 Designer.  When I add a control, it does not add a variable and (therefore) I immediately get compiler errors after I add the control.  I can drag a simple control from the toolbox and not make any modifications and the code will not compile.  I'm not sure what has happened as this used to work (I used to Designer to build this GUI previously).  The code is written in Managed C++.

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