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How do you use 'includes' in ASP.NET?

I'd like to know if there's a way to use:

<!--webbot bot="Include" U-Include="../../menu.htm" TAG="BODY" -->

in an ASP.NET Web form or if it's possible to include another page (htm, asp) in a ASP.NET Web form. Thank you.
The "new" way of performing includes in ASP.NET is called User Controls. Basically, they're full ASP.NET Web Forms without all the page-related tags such as HTML, HEAD, and BODY. The directive at the top of the file also changes from @page to @control. They don't render at design-time, unlike Custom Controls, but they provide a straightforward way to perform includes as you used to do in ASP.

This was last published in April 2003

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