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How to get the object/library module settings in VC++ .NET?

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in the VC++ 6.0 whenever i have to add additional object/library modules in the projects. i use. Projects > Settings > Link Tab.
Then select General from the Category combo box.  
I get an edit box & add the xxx.lib in that....

But in VC++ .NET, i selected Project> Properties , then selected General from the linker option, but i couldn't get that option(Object/Library Modules)....

Can Anybody Help me out?
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Project - Properties - Linker - Input - Additional Dependencies.
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Thanx AlexFM..
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