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Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

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I just got the Visual Studio 6 with InterDev and I am looking for good links on setting it up properly and tutorials for using it.

coachdan32

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RE: Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

I would try MSDN as a good starting point.  I would also do a search through this forum.  Finally, if you come across more specific questions, post them and we'll do what we can to help.  smile

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RE: Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

I would also learn about IIS(Internet Information Server). I have come across alot of problems with interdev that have turned out to be an IIS problem.

RE: Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

Here within Tek-Tips, you can search through forum41 for help with IIS.  You can also go through MSDN on the Microsoft site for help along with Google for more specific or general questions as you go.

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RE: Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

How do you view line numbers in Visual InterDev 6.0?


Thanks,

Mike

RE: Good Link to Setting Up InterDev

On the bottom right hand side of the screen, you will see:
Ln 1    Col 1    Ch 1

The Ln refers to the line that the cursor is currently on.  

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