from MSVC6->MSVC7 where is....

Posted on 2004-11-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi, I just upgraded to Visual c++ 7.
Where is the project->setting window??
I have to remove a .lib from my project (because it gives a linking error...)

Thanks in advance.
Question by:teuntje
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    Accepted Solution

    In the Project Explorer right-click project name, select Properties. Menu command: Project - Properties.
    Libraries: Linker - Input - Additional Dependencies.
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    Author Comment

    Hi and thanks for your reply,
    I could do the following:
        In the Project Explorer right-click project name, select Properties
    But there I don't find "Libraries: Linker - Input - Additional Dependencies"
    only those (which I searched all..):
    ->common properties
    --->startup project
    --->project dependencies
    --->debug source files
    --->debug symbol files
    ->Configuration properties

    So I don't know how to remove the lib from the project
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    Author Comment

    found it. thanks.
    (do you know how to run sth out of visual studio, also??)

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