Looking for the Wizard 'Helpers' for a given component after initial run

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    Looking for the Wizard 'Helpers' for a given component after initial run

    Hello.

    I'm partially sighted and so would be grateful if someone could help with this.

    I'm building an application in Microsoft Visual web Developer, but how do I access the 'Design' view for a particular component so that I can change it's setting (rather than the properties panel)?

    For example, I've added a database source, I add in a radiobuttonlist and then it gives me two options to configure the data which is extracted from the database, I then get a nice wizard that walks me through it. But how do I re-do that wizard once it's completed - as I made a mistake, but am not profficient enough to do it through the source code. If I right click the radiobuttonlist (Within Design View) I get an option for proties, but this is just the standard properties window on the bottom right of the screen, how do I get the box with the blue hyperlinks that then launch the other wizards for that component?

    Hope this makes sense and thanks for the help.

    H.
    OS: Windows XP
    Compiler: Bloodshed Dev C++, MS Visual Web Developer Express 2005
    Simulator: Cygwin

    Current Projects:
    File Tree Listing using Linked Lists: Under Puzzlement
    Command Line Chess Game in C - Design Phase

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    Hello, I found it under very high magnification - it's the small white box with the black triangle that, when you click on the component, appears just to the left of the rightmost 'handle' at the top.

    Thanks - at least that's one problem sorted.

    H.
    OS: Windows XP
    Compiler: Bloodshed Dev C++, MS Visual Web Developer Express 2005
    Simulator: Cygwin

    Current Projects:
    File Tree Listing using Linked Lists: Under Puzzlement
    Command Line Chess Game in C - Design Phase

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