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Actually, the answer is YES. Simply look for and delete all the .form files associated with that project.
While it is true that the IDE does not reverse engineer user written code so that you can use the GUI builder, edit in a different editor or IDE, and then use the GUI builder again, you can use the GUI builder to quickly build and maintain the interface. Should you choose at any time to use something besides the GUI builder, disconnect the code from the builder by removing the .form metadata files.
We learn by doing, there is no other way.
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Another method is to simply copy the generated code and paste it back into the source code without the code that signifies the beginning and end of the guarded block.