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asp.net,c#- How to use LinqBridge in .net 2.0

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Hi,
I am relatively new to .net and I need to use .net 2.0 and am unsure how to link the LinqBridge.dll to my project.
I have downloaded the dll from http://code.google.com/p/linqbridge/downloads/list
and read the article :http://www.albahari.com/nutshell/linqbridge.aspx
But I'm unsure where I save the dll and how I reference it.
Do I reference it in the web.config or in the actual aspx page ?
Thanks
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you can save it under bin folder of your application. right click on the project from solution explorer at right hand side, click on "add reference", go to browse tab, select .DDL file from your bin folder and click ok.
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Thanks :)
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