Project Properties in Visual Studio .NET

Posted on 2005-04-19
Last Modified: 2011-04-14
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.
Question by:kostany
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    Accepted Solution

    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.

    Author Comment

    Right you are. I feel a little foolish but I'm glad to have the problem solved. Thanks.

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