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Saving Include/library paths with a project

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I have recently been working on 2 separate projects and have set up different paths to search for include files , libraries etc. However when I use SAVE ALL from the FILE  menu these paths are not saved.

How do you save path names with a project?
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If you are developing using VC++ search paths for include and libs belong to entire Development Environment and not project specific
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