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    Video tutorial on XML/XSLT editor in VB.NET

    Many thanks for both of your post. Yes, I've gone through the comparison chart and it seemed that XML/XSLT editor is mainly the feature that determines buying a pro or standard. The rest of the featuers seems to be the same or not so important in our case.
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    Video tutorial on XML/XSLT editor in VB.NET

    I am comparing the purchase of Standard or Pro edition and I like know what the editor for XML/XSLT looks like and how efficient it is. Does anyone know a video tutorial on the editor of XML/XSLT within the Pro edition of VB.NET 2005? If it is really good then I might consider buying the Pro...
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    What are the VB.NET 2005 features mean?

    The reason I asked is because I might need that in the future. Again, I do not want to go back to my supervisor and say I need another edition because this edition lacks this. I know for sure that I will use XML and XSLT but just not sure when and how often I will need an editor for that. As for...
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    How to change image link?

    I have created a masterpage with a contentplaceholder for an image. On my child page, how do I simply just change the link of this image and to a different image on my images folder?
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    Shortcut key for switching view

    Is there a shortcut key for switching between source and design view? I found that is a little tedious that I have to manually click those two buttons everytime I want to switch the view. By the way, this is regarding website design. Help is appreciated.
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    What are the VB.NET 2005 features mean?

    I found this page, http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/products/compare/, and there are a couple of questions I have. Under the Feature column, what is "User experience"? What is Full compare to Simplified menu options and defautls? Will anyone explain what SQL Server Integration is? What can...
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    Is it possible to create Outlook forms in VB.NET?

    Thank you for the response. I just found a comparison chart and I did see that. The problem is I also like to have the features of the Pro version too. And to get that, I have to go with the Team System edition which I'm at the moment I'm not looking to pay that much for the Team edition.
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    Is it possible to create Outlook forms in VB.NET?

    I wonder if it is possible to use VB.NET 2005 Standard to create forms and macros for any of MS Office 2003 suite especially Outlook, Word, and Excel. I could use the Outlook form designer to create but I thought it would be easier if it is possible under VB.Net. For doing what I wanted to do...
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