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I want to add a module to a second project.  
I use the Add Existing Module, find the module and add it from my original project.
This creates a local copy in my second project.  I only want one copy of the module to exist.  

How do I add a module to another project while only have one copy of it?

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You need to link a file, instead of adding.  

Here is a screen shot of what I mean:

https://filedb.experts-exchange.com/incoming/ee-stuff/350-Add-Existing-Item---Link-File.png 

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