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Where can I change the location for build file out put in vs?

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Hi, I'm using vs2005, .net 2.0.  I have a soluciton with 2 projects in it.  I now change the name of the solution, and the 2 projects in it.  Becuase the solution is part of the SourceSafe control so I checked everything in and then deleted the old one from SS.  I now have some error on my local PC becuase under the solutio foler there are 2 old folders and 2 new folders.  I want to delete the 2 old folders but it complain that file.vshost is in use.  I tried but can't seem to find where can I change the file location for file.vshost or the file.exe loacation in the project property.  Where can I change the location for build file out put in vs?  Thanks.
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Project > Project Name Properties > Build > Scroll down to Output Path.
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Great!  Thanks.  I didn't scroll and hence couldn't find it earlier.
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