Visual Studio.Net issue

Hello,

I am a fresher to .net world. I just want to know how to open an existing project in VS.Net.

I already have all the files in a folder say myproj. But I dont have .sln or .proj files I have .aspx and .aspx.vb and web.config etc files.

myproj folder is in the network and not my PC. Say its in z:\wwwroot\myproj, how to I open in my machine.

sureshrainaAsked:
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nayernaguibCommented:
Create a new web application project, and add the source files you have to the newly created project.

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FocusynCommented:
Do what is suggested above.

To add the files, right-click the project name in solution explorer (near top right by default) and click "Add Existing Item(s)" from the popup menu.  That will open a file browser window from which you select files as you would in any program.
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