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Visual Studio 2012 Publishing to Local Path

Posted on 2013-11-26
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Hello, I have recently upgraded to VS 2012 and using all the previous versions I would "publish" my files to a local folder and manually upload them as needed to my FTP.  I don't see this option in VS 2012 and am wondering what's going on here.  Does anyone have an idea on how I can simply publish files to a local path in VS 2012 so that I can manually upload them later?
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When I go to publish in VS2012 there is a "publish method" option in the first page of the publish wizard.  I just select "File System" and then type in the path.  Works fine for me.
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Good but missed a step that I was struggling with on creating a publishing profile.  I ultimately found the link to create a publishing profile and I was then able to find path options etc.
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