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Hi every body,
                I have a question here and hope you guys can please help me.  I am planning to make a mobile web application which uwill be used in pocket pc.  So do I start a new project as Asp.net mobile application or just Asp.net web application.  Because i tried to start a new project as asp.net mobile application, but i can't arrange the textbox as i wanted.  1 control can only place in one row?
Any suggestions??  I suppose mobile web application projects are to be used in mobile phones rather than pocket PCs??

Thank you very much
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Question by:Kaiwap
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Hi Kaiwap,

I think you need the asp.net mobile application.
I don't think the regular Asp.net web application wil work on a pocket PC

maybe look here for more information

http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/081004-1.aspx

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/mwdesign/html/mworiMobileInternetToolkitDesigner.asp

http://www.wirelessdevnet.com/channels/wap/features/mobilesdk.html
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by:Kaiwap
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thx alot for the links to more informations, so I guess i will have to go with the asp.net mobile application.  Is it possible to put to textbox or label or any control together in a single row?  because I can't arrange the form as i wanted.  So it means the interface for the mobile applications are not good looking??:)
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I haven't found a way to do that in a  asp.net mobile application. But why not build a smart device application, since you are making it for a pocket pc, there are a lot more options if you choose that way.
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