More than one code-behind and easy way to create on the fly

I assume it's possible to have not just one code-behind.  For example, in my project, I have:

index.aspx with index.aspx.vb


I need to create a code-behind for error.aspx so I can establish a page_load for it.  Is there an easy/quick way to add and link a new code-behind .vb page for error.aspx if it doesn't already have one through VS 2005 without having to go through the manual process of creating a new class, then changing the error.aspx page directives to correctly point to the new code-behind?  I thought there was a way VS 2005 could do this somehow in an option using the GUI
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You can not actually have 2 code behind files, u need to create a separate ErrorPage.aspx with error label


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