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I have several projects.  Some of which are shared among multiple developers.  I would like to tag all the files associated with a particular production release,  such that I can retrieve the set of files for a particular release whenever I require them.
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select your project in the tree, select File and then Label
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The Solution is composed of five projects,  do I multiselect (if you can) all projects that make up the solution?  Also,  how do I then see the versions available and select a particular version to download?
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>>do I multiselect (if you can) all projects that make up the solution?

I hope that your solution is in a tree structure in which case you can select the upper node.

>>Also,  how do I then see the versions available and select a particular version to download?

Tools + Show History, ensure that "include labels" is checked, select a label in the list and click the Get button.
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