Visual studio "NEW WEBSITE" missing in menu toolbar.

I am getting one problem after installing visual studio community  2017 .It is not showing "NEW WEBSITE"' in File menu while opening new menu. i tried with tools-> import and export settings-> reset settings-> General development settings. Though 'new website' option is not showing for creating website application. Also I tried Command tool resetting all still NEW WEBSITE. Attach you will find screen shot. Merry Christmas, Happy New year and Thanks in advance.
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Roger GillManagerAsked:
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi Roger;

Please try the following steps to create a Web Site project in Visual Studio 2017.
1 Click on File -> New -> Project...
2. In the New Project dialog box on the left side expand Installed -> Other Languages -> Visual Basic -> Web -> Web Site and select Web Site.
3. Once you selected Web Site you will see 5 templates in the center panel.
4. Select the template you want and click OK

That should do it.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
relaunch visual studio installer and select modify and then enable Web & CloudWeb and cloudnow File|New Project|VB|Cloud or WEB|Website now you will see your installed templates
https://www.screencast.com/t/TM2PhVmj4D0U
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Roger GillManagerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your prompt attention. I tried both methods but nothing works. "NEW WEBSITE" still not showing in MENU TOOLBAR.
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Did you expand the Web node which will exposes the Web Site node as the step I instructed in step two above?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
menu location  moved
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Roger GillManagerAuthor Commented:
Thanks everbody, I used above method and having some issues, but  I will move on Thanks Again
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