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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 : in C# and VB BOOK ISBN: 978-0-470-18759-3
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Hey Guys,

Can I follow along with this book if im using Windows7 and VWD 2010?
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Hi there,

Yes, most of the stuff discussed in the 3.5 book works fine in VS 2010. However, VS 2010 has made some changes to default sites and config files which results in a cleaner web.config file. The 3.5 book assumes some stuff is there, that you'll now need to add yourself.

If you're adventurous, you can use VS 2010 and download the code from the Wrox site to compare it with yours. Otherwise, download the free VWD 2008 and use that.

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tyvm for the quick reply ;)

i think i will try to adapt it to VS 2010 first, and see how it goes. otherwise i'll download VS 2008.

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Just to let you know I am using VS 2010. I am now half way through the book without issue. Hope that helps
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