How do I build a dll in ASP.NET C#(2.0)?

How can I build a .dll file using specified source files.  I have about a dozen C# files i want to compile to a .dll file so can some show me how that is done visual studion 2.0 asp.net.

HojoformoAsked:
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teeg01Commented:
- In Visual Studio, New, Web Site..., ASP.NET Web Site
- Right click on the project and Add Existing Item to add in your existing web pages
- Right click on the project and Publish Web Site.  Chose a location to Publish it on your hard drive.
- Once it is published check the Published location's \bin directory.  There is your .dll for you web site.

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Bob LearnedCommented:
Are you looking for command-line arguments to build a DLL?

Bob
HojoformoAuthor Commented:
I am actually having a problem getting a dll updated.  I updated my source files but the dll in the project does not get updated.  Instead a .dll with the same name get created in a temp folder under  C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.5072\ is getting created.   I am not sure why this happening.
Bob LearnedCommented:
>>I am actually having a problem getting a dll updated.
Is this project being copied to a different machine?

Bob
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