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Copying resource files from one project to another

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I am currently writing an application in VC++ 5.0 along with about 3 other developers and multiple usability engineers. A couple of changes were made to some of the dialogs and a few were added. How can I add these resource files to my project without messing up my application?
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Use "File Open" and choose the secondary resource file.  The drag and drop your resources from the secondary resource to your current resource files.

Strings in the string resource are a little different.  You will have to Edit-Copy  and Edit-Paste them instead.

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