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Hi all. Beginner here.

I'm reading through a tutorial on VS2005 C# programming for the web. The tutorial makes mention that I should be able to select the Web project type under Visual C# when I choose New -> Project. I.e., The New Project dialog box should look something like the following, where Web is a choice:

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I've done the VS2005 reinstall a couple of times and don't see where I can get that project type to appear.

Is this a bug in the install if it does not show as a choice? I've got SP1 loaded. Is there another fix?
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Hi there.. Are you using a full VS version or the express version??

The express version has a separate version for web development...
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Any you by any chance runnig the Express Edition of Visual Studio? Or are you using one of the full Standard or Pro editions? Check Help | About to be sure...

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Hi. I am using the full version. (Sorry, should have mentioned that up front.)
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Which one? What does Help | About say?

During setup you should see a section on Web Development that you need to select in order for it to get installed.

Do you see the Web App directly under VB or C#?

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Visual Studio 2005, Professional Edition
Version 8.0.50727.762 (SP.050727-7600)

With -- Microsoft Visual C# 2005 77626-009-0000007-41951

I'll do an uninstall/reinstall to answer the other part of your question, but I'm expecting to see the Web app under C#.

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Just an update. A coworker alerted me to this MS fix for just the vary problem:

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 - Update to Support Web Application Projects

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