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Adding Custom Templates To Visual Studio .Net 2003?

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How would you add your own template to visual studio, and then make Intellisense to respond to certain functions.  I.e. Empty PHP Solution that Intellisense responds to <?p as <?php.
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Joseph
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I am using VisualAssist for doing this job. if you write once <?php, the next time you will write  <?p, it will give <?php automatically

On this link http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/vsnet2003customtemplate.asp, you will find a tutorial with sample code of creating custom templates in visual studio

Regards, Dimkov
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