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Good Day Experts!

I am really new to ASP.Net...am a VB.Net programmer by trade.  I am working on our website in my local environment.  I have added a simple page and a LinkButton on another page to display it...no problem works fine.  However, I need to make the Header and Footer look the same as all the other pages.  There are UserControls called Head1 and Footer1 on theses pages.  

Unfortunately, I cannot figure out where I get them to put on the page that I added!
Where do I look in my VS2003 environment to add these 2 UserControls to my page?

Thanks,
jimbo99999
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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VS2003?  Time to upgrade man.  

Research master pages and content pages.  This is designed exactly for what you need.  It's also possible that the path might be different.  Can you post the source for the user control on one of the working pages?
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You just have to include those two controls you added in your main page so that header and footer is displayed on each page.

Look at this simple Tutorial which will show you how to do it.
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by:Jimbo99999
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Thanks for responding...the trouble is where to find the controls from the other page to put on my new page.  I did not write the website and being really new to ASP.Net, I don't know where the controls are to put them on my new page! I just don't find them in the toolbox somewhere?

Thanks,
jimbo99999
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by:Jimbo99999
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I was able to get it working after going over the tutorial link a few more times!

Thanks,
jimbo99999
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