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Developing Web Parts for SharePoint Portal Server 2003 in .NET : Page 5

This article provides a step-by-step introduction to developing Web Parts using Visual Studio .NET by showing you how to build both simple and complex Web Part components. Along the way, you'll see how to debug Web Parts both locally and remotely—and learn a few tricks and tips.


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Displaying a Web Part in a SharePoint Web Page
You need to import the .dwp file to add a Web Part to a SharePoint Web page. To do that, open your SharePoint Web site and navigate to the page where you want to add the Web Part. In the right top corner, you'll see a Modify My Page (or Modify Shared Page if working in shared view) tab with an arrow pointing down. Click the arrow and select Add Web Parts from the menu, and then select Import (see Figure 11).


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