if you're thinking of the class way, where you would include a .asp file to reuse code, etc, then no, you can't. You should look up usercontrols, thats the way you handle that stuff now. They are pretty slick.
<!-- #include filename="myfile.inc" --><BR>Yeah, user controls are slick, but if you've got 10 separate user controls, you have to include them on every page. Try using an include file to encapsulate all the user controls and then use the ONE include file on each page. Theres probably another way using the Page.Init() method to make it part of every ASP.NET's lifecycle. Hope that helps,<BR>GNAIR