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I developed an ASP.NET applciation using c# with the .net Framework SDK. I now have Visual Studio 03 and am adding each aspx file. They are coded using the standard script code first, then html. I am asked if I wnt to create a class file, which I say yes. However, it automatically spits out a VB file, I need to make it C#. I get no option to do this. Any ideas on this? TIA

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You have a visual basic project.
If you create a new project and select a web application under the c# projects you will be able to have the codebehind in c#
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