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How to switch from one language to another in VS 2005

Posted on 2006-11-17
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When visual studio 2005 is launched the very first time it asks the user to select a langugae. I had selected VB but now I need to use Visual Web Developer.  How do i switch to Web Developer?  Thanks for your help.
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Tools->Import Export Setting->Reset all settings
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You might have to restart VS...then it was ask you again.
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