Which file opens the project

I downloaded a .NET file that has put all the individual .aspx pages in a folder along with other folders.

I'm trying to open the project in VS, but can't figure out how to open the project as opposed to opening the pages individually.

gdspeareAsked:
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nmarunCommented:
If there's a .sln file, this is the solution file. If there's a .csproj or a .vbproj this is the project file. You might want to open these files (solution preferred over project files).Arun
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gdspeareAuthor Commented:
I don't see any file that even seems like that kind of file. there is a .csi file..
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nmarunCommented:
You can then create new project in Visual Studio and add these files to it (maintain the folder structure) and see if you can make it work.Arun
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Maverick543Commented:
As these are aspx files, you could open them as a website.
In VisualStudio use File->Open website. Then select the top folder (containing the subfolders) to open the site.
Regards
Marco
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