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Default Can i use visual studio 2005 !!

hi guys !!
I am beginer in ASP.NET 2.0 ,and i am using Wrox's book "beginning asp.net 2.0 with c# ".
in this book they are using MS Visual Web Developer..
I would like to know , if I can use MS Visual Studio 2005 for the trying examples in the book.If so , do i need to configure it for using web development?

I know, I can always get MS Visual Web Developer for free,but i just wanted to stick to Visula Studio..
Please help me in this
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you should be able to use VS 2005.....
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You can use Visual Studio 2005. Though the examples are given using VWD, it does have the same interface as VS 2005

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