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ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart by Ken Getz, Paul D. Sheriff

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Configuring Visual Studio .NET

The first time you start Visual Studio .NET, you will be presented with a profile page. On this page, you can create a profile of yourself as a developer. Although you could keep the default (Visual Studio Developer), you might want to select the Visual Basic Developer profile so that the environment will automatically adapt a look and feel similar to the old Visual Basic 6.0 Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Figure 3.1 shows an example of the My Profile page.

Figure 3.1. Setting the configuration on the My Profile screen.

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Although you can use any profile you like, we've selected the Visual Basic Developer ...

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