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Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010 Unleashed by Lars Powers, Mike Snell

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Controlling Project Properties and Options

ASP.NET applications have their own set of properties and configuration options. These properties control how an application works, gets built, works with the debugger, and so on. You access the properties for your website through the Property Pages dialog box. You can open this dialog box by right-clicking your website and selecting the Property Pages option. The following sections cover the many options of this dialog box.

References

The references in your application define the code that your application uses by reference. You add references to other projects in your solution, other .NET namespaces in the .NET Framework, third-party controls, and other .NET libraries. The code you reference is already ...

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