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I have recently installed Visual Studio .Net 2003 and have
noticed that there are problems with formatting in the
HTML code page. If I format the HTML the way I want and
navigate back to design view then the changes in the code
page are lost. I searched around and found that there was
a patch for Visual Studio .Net 2002 referenced by
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 324199. I tried to load
this patch but of course it won't patch 2003. So then I
started wondering, why would Microsoft put out a patch for
a known bug in the 2002 version without rolling that bug
fix into the latest version (2003). Well, I snapped out of
my daydream and realized that I was dealing with
Microsoft. Anyway, is there a patch for this issue in 2003
as there was in 2002 or do I need to unload 2003 and
install 2003 and then install the patch?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Mike,

Thanks for the reply. When I referred to changes I meant
the formatting changes within the HTML page. When I tried
to format the HTML "my way" Uncle Bill reformatted it his
way. As I originally stated, this was a problem in
previous releases but was fixed with a patch. My complaint
is that it is very Microsoftesqe that the patch was not
rolled into the the 2003 release. Now, they don't even
have a patch for the 2003 release. I have since
uninstalled the 2003 version and have rolled back to the
2002 version and the patch works fine. Unfortunately, I
won't be purchasing 2003 and Uncle Bill loses the revenue.
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Hi Chris,

The problem with reformatting is very unfortunate and much regreted.However, it's probably not going to be fixed soon. You also mentioned thatchanges you have made are lost. Can you provide a set of steps to reproducethe problem in 2003?

Thank you, Mike Moore
Microsoft, ASP.NET

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I have recently installed Visual Studio .Net 2003 and have noticed that there are problems with formatting in the
HTML code page. If I format the HTML the way I want and
navigate back to design view then the changes in the code page are lost. I searched around and found that there was a patch for Visual Studio .Net 2002 referenced by
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 324199. I tried to load this patch but of course it won't patch 2003. So then I
started wondering, why would Microsoft put out a patch for a known bug in the 2002 version without rolling that bug fix into the latest version (2003). Well, I snapped out of my daydream and realized that I was dealing with
Microsoft. Anyway, is there a patch for this issue in 2003 as there was in 2002 or do I need to unload 2003 and
install 2003 and then install the patch?


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