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How can an include path be added to a Visual C++ project (in project settings)?
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It isn't part of the project settings, it is found in the "options" menu item under the "tools" menu.  Int eh dialgo that appears go to "directories" tab and then in "show directories for" choose the "include files" and select "new button.

L:et me know if you have any questions.
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by:Wyn
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No,you'd follow this:
1:Choose Tools menu.

2:Choose Options menu.

3:Choose Directories menu.

Regards
W.Yinan
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Now that adds an include directory to ALL workspaces.  If you really need to add it to just one project, you can manually specify the include in the project settings by adding "/Ipath" where path is the directory path you want to use.  there is no "grahpical" way to add this path, you have to type it in the project settings.
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Comment to test an EE problem.  ignore it.
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