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Default New at VB.Net - Need help with delpoying web forms

Ok, yes, I'm new at this web "stuff" in VB.net.

I've gone through the WROX book (Beginning VB.NET 2003)and created the "Client-Server Processing" example. It runs ok under VB.net, but how do I make the "htm" file that a remote user's browser would open ?

Following through the "Deploying your applications" chapter doesn't yield an HTM file to open. After I'm done shouldn't I be able to make something that, when opened in IE, would work the same as when the project is run under VB.NET ?

Any help would be sooooooooo appreciated.
Paul






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