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I've tried to follow the instructions on creating the messagebox web service control given in chapter 18. However, when I add the "MessageBox" reference to the "TestWebApplication" most of the other controls in the toolbox disappear and I still can't find the "MessageBox" control in the "Customize Toolbox" dialog box. Anybody know what I'm doing wrong?

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Are you looking for the forum for the book?

http://p2p.wrox.com/default.asp?CAT_ID=23

If so, you can edit your original post and change the forum it's in to the appropriate book related forum.

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Peter,
  Thanks for catching this. I thought that is where I put my post, cuz that's where I started, and that's where I've been checking ever since. Guess I got lost somewhere along the way.
  I tried to edit the post like you said, but the "Forum" part of the form appears to be static. How can I change this?

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