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Posted By:      Posted Date: August 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

 I am following the tutorial http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/mvc-music-store-part-2 and am at the part where I need to build the solution...

When I click the build option at the top I do not get the same menu items...

I get:

 

Build <Project Name>

Rebuild <Project Name>

Clean <Project Name>

Publish <Product Name>

 

It doesn't even show the shortcut keys next the the menu items, like Build <Project Name> should show Shift+F6

 

I have wen't through many options and tried using the shortcut F6 to build solution

Is there something I am missing???

 

Thanks




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