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BOOK: Beginning Visual C# 2010
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Default AJAX Missing, Misconfigured VS 2010?

I am attempting to start the project in Chapter 18 labeled "ASP.NET Ajax Postback" and have some problems. My Visual Studio 2010 Professional does not have an add a new "AJAX Web Form" option, nor does it have an AJAX Extensions category in the Toolbox. When I installed VS, I choose to install complete. I've checked my installation of VS 2008 and it does have this option. Is there something I missed during installation? I choose complete when I installed VS 2010.
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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2...rm-to-solution

According to the information on the page above, this feature was removed from VS 2010. Can anyone confirm this for me?
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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2...rm-to-solution

According to the information on the page above, this feature was removed from VS 2010. Can anyone confirm this for me?
A better late than never response... I have just run into the same problem hence I have found your post. As your stackoverflow link explains, it is quite simple to adapt the standard web form but only once your told how . Until your told otherwise this can be very frustrating! I will post an Errata message and hopefully others will avoid this frustration when reading future editions of the book.
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