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Project Properties in Visual Studio .NET

I would like to add a namespace to my Windows Application project such that it is available to all modules. I understand that I should go to Project Properties>Common Properties>Imports and add the namespace. The trouble is that "Imports" is not listed under Common Properties. All that I find listed there are Startup Project, Project Dependencies, Debug Source Files and Debug Symbol Files.

In books on VB.NET I have seen many other options listed under Common Properties as well. How do I get a more complete list of Common Properties? I am using Visual Studio .NET 2003.
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kostany
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mjwillsCommented:
You are looking at Solution properties, not Project properties.

Right click on the Project (one level down from the solution) and click Properties. Imports will then be visible.
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kostanyAuthor Commented:
Right you are. I feel a little foolish but I'm glad to have the problem solved. Thanks.
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