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Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.Net Web Application Project

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Shopping for some help with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.Net Web Application Project.

I bought a book called Developing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic .net.  It is a MCAD/MCSD self-paced training kit.  

First off, the screen pics in the book look different than the environment I have.  It appears the book calls for Visual Studio .Net.  Looks like I have a problem there.  Anyway. the first lesson calls for a new ASP.net Web Application project to be created.   I do not see that in my new project section under Visual Basic.  Do I have to load a template "somehow" for it to appear?  Or do I not see it since I have Visual Studio 2005 and not Visual Studio .Net?

Any help or insight is greatly appreciated.

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jimbo99999
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by:goodorbad
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This is not a big problem. You brought a different version of Visual Studio and training kit used different version. There is no need of installing patch or template.
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Thanks for responding...

So, how do I create a new ASP.net Web Application project that the training kit is requiring in the first lesson? I do not see it under New Projects --> Visual Basic.

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jimbo99999
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In VS2008, From menu File > New > Project or Ctrl+Shift+N. Select (Visual Basic) project types on left pane, and (ASP.NET Web Application) templates on right pane. Then enter the Name and Location on bottom screen, and at the end click OK button. I hope you will create ASP.NET Web Project after that...
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by:AswinKrishnan
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If you are looking to create web applications then take a look at this
http://www.aspfree.com/c/a/ASP.NET/Introducing-ASPNET-20-with-Visual-Studio-2005/

here are tutorials by ScottGu
http://webproject.scottgu.com/
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Thank you for your helpful responses.
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