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IDE Not Showing Options for Creating .Net, Asp, or C++

I am using Delphi Develper Studio 2006.  When I go to the File|New menu I only see listings for VC Forms Application - Delphi for Win32, Package - Delphi for Win32, Form - Delphi for Win32, Unit - Delphi for Win32, Other, and Customize... I do not see anything for creating applications in C++, ASP, or VCL.Net.  Can someone tell me how to get those selections to be in the menu?
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are you talking about Turbo Delphi or the Borland Developer Studio? if it's the first one, there is no support for the things you mention since it's a breakfdown of the second (BDS).
mcmahlingAuthor Commented:
I am talking about BDS.
Make sure you're starting delphi from the "Borland Developer Studio 2006" shortcut, this shortcut has no command line parameters and it will load all personalities for the IDE, and you'll have all items in the File | New menu

all other shortcuts have a personality param, e.g. -pCSharp, -pDelphi, -pDelphiDotNet, etc
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