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I currently have the free Visual Web Developer 2005 Express edition installed on my PC.  I'm going to be installing Visual Studio 2005 Professional which from what I understand, comes with Visual Web Developer.  Do I need to uninstall VWD before installing VS?  If so, are there any known issues with uninstalling VWD and installing VS?  Thanks for your help.
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I don't know if you need to, but I would recommend it.  You will have a cleaner install that way.
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I uninstalled VWD and installed VS and everything seems to be working ok.
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