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Old July 30th, 2003, 10:03 PM
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Default beginning VB.net web programming in visual studio.

where this book go? i bought it just yesterday. i can't find this book on the all pages in this site. i need to download the code of this book .

who can tell me where it is?

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I wonder the same, has bought the book, but I can't find the code to download...Where is it ??

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Same here - can someone please tell me where to download the code for this book. Even the address on the front of the book is for a site that appears not to exist!
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Please look for your source code at www.apress.com. Wiley had to remove the code downloads for books not purchased with Wrox Press last month. If you did not know, Wrox liquidated in March 2003 and its assets have been split b/t Wiley Publishing and Apress. The wrox.com site, now owned by Wiley along with Wrox Press can only contain the books that we now publish and bought with the brand (35 books).

If you have any problems locating the code at Apress's site, contact them at support@apress.com

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Unfortunately, the code does not seem to be at apress.com, so the search continues...

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Not on APress.com????? How *do* you guys search for stuff???? ;)

Anyway,

1. Goto http://www.apress.com
2. Click Download on the homepage where it says: "Download source code and errata"
3. You'll end up here: http://support.apress.com/
4. Scroll down the page until you see: "Books formerly published by Wrox Press Limited:"
5. Open the drop-down list (use the little down-arrow to the right for that) and scroll down the list of books using the scroll bar on the right of the list.
6. Under the B for Beginning Web.... you'll find Beginning Web Programming using VB.NET and Visual Studio .NET.
7. Click the Select Book button.
8. You'll end up here: http://support.apress.com/books.asp?...Go=Select+Book, and presto, instant support files.


Cheers,

Imar


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