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Default passing a page into a web service as a byref param

We're working on a project that will produce custom labels/links on web pages depending on the user logged in (like for page titles and such).

I would like to able to pass the page into the service by reference, make the changes and spit it back out. That way all we have to do is add the web reference and make the call at the beginning of Page_Load.

I need to know if this is possible, or if there's a better recommendation of going about changing labels on pages? There's several hundred pages to be done, so we're trying to minimize the amount of code needed to be added to each page.


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