Visual Studio ASP.NET Precompilation Settings Different to Usual

One of my web projects seems to have sporadically ended up with different precompile web options to what I would normally expect. See images below for new / old comparison.

The new option seems to have options I'm not familiar with, such as:

Copy:

    Only files needed to run this application
    All project files...

I don't know how this has happened.

Does any one recognise this and can you tell me what setting I need to change to get it back?

I have recently installed the Visual Studio 2010 beta, but I dont think this is the issue as the precompiled options here are the same as the ones I would normally expect in 2008.
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CognizeAuthor Commented:
It's ok. Answered my own question. if you create a Web Application, you get the second publish options. If create a web site, you get the first
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