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Posted on 2006-11-28
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Hi,

I am making windows based application using C#

I have my Windows based application running on my system.

I have included someones web project's *.dll file and I was using there methods and functions.

Now I have there code, and I need to change in some functions.

I have there code, now how can I add there code in my application.

I am new to .Net and C#.

Can anyone help me in this regard

Kind Regards,
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Question by:dinesh_bali
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right click on the solution in the solution explorer
==>go to add
==>==>add existing project
double click on the project in the explorer window
in the references of your previously existing project remove the dll link
in the references of your previously existing project right click on the references
==> go to the 3rd tab
==>==> link to the newly added project in there

you now have the links updated and can walk through the code in the existing code.


HTH
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