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Conversion form Ver 1.5 to 5.0

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I need to convert my project from ver 1.5 to 5.0. When I open project in the *.mak type(ver 1.5)to *.dsw in ver 5.0 under the files tab I dont see any in the header files folder what is the right way to convert these projects for 1.5 to 5.0
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Select the menu File/Open Workspace..., in the dialog box select Makefiles (*.mak) type. After your .mak file is selected, it will tell you that "This project was created using Visual C++ Version 1.5 or earlier." and ask you if you want to convert. After converting, .dsp and .dsw will be created.
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