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I must have changed setting somehow. Now when I press ctrl-F5 I get a dialog box to open a file instead of running the web page. Would someone please tell me how to corrrect?
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Where do you get this dialog? In the browser or in VWD? Have you tried resetting your settings as explained at the end of chapter 1?

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I get the dialog box from the VWD when I press ctrl-F5. I reset all settings as explained on page 27. I get this no matter whether I am in VB or CS, and when I go to the source docs and hit ctrl-F5 on a page that you made. I can always reinstall VWD.
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Very odd. Do you also get it on new sites?

Take a look at the key bindings to see if you can find something wrong: Tools | Options | Environment | Keyboard. Pressing F5 in the "Press shortcut keys" field should reveal what is currently bound to F5.

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Thanks for you help, by the way, Imar.

In options, the keyboard mapping scheme is 'default', then there are commands Build.BatchBuild, Build.BuildOnlyProject, Build.BuildPage, ..., and then in the Use new shortcut in: [long list].

I've tried various options and pressed F5 and ctrl-F5 to no avail. How do I set F5 as a shortcut key?
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For me, F5 is bound to Debug.Start, which you can find in the Show Commands Containing box by typing it in...

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