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Use Visual InterDev
Although you can write ASP files with just about any text-editing tool, including Notepad, Microsoft's Visual InterDev is a much better tool for building ASP-based applications. Visual InterDev is part of the Visual Studio suite and provides a tool to quickly build both HTML and ASP pages.

The RAD (Rapid Application Development) visual environment of Visual InterDev 6.0 lets you create an Active Server Page with the click of a menu item. It can generate, and help you edit, the VBScript or JavaScript for your page's scripting logic.

Once you have created the initial ASP page, Visual InterDev's Script Outline makes it easy to drag and drop objects such as ActiveX Controls and Java applets from the Visual InterDev toolbox onto the page.
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