You should now find a new root-folder listed under the Visual Basic Title with the name, "My Code Snippets". [Personally, I keep all my sub-folders under that one root-folder because I find it easier to search for my custom snippets that way. It is also much easier to create sub-folders than root-folders.]
Now we will create a sub-folder. Right click on the "My Code Snippets" folder and choose "Add New Folder".
You will be prompted to enter a name for the new folder. Type: VbCity Samples and press OK.
You should now find a new sub-folder Listed under "My Code Snippets" with the name, "VbCity Samples".
We are now ready to start creating a new custom snippet. Right click on the "VbCity Samples" folder and choose: Add New Snippet.
The Add New Snippet Prompt will ask you to name the new snippet, type: My YesNo Msg Snippet and press OK.
A new blank snippet has been created in the VbCity Samples folder. Double-click on the new snippet.