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Visual C# 2010 Express compile error

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Hi Experts,

I am receiving the folowing error when I try to run some code I have downloaded:

The type or namespace name 'NUnit' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

I have installed NUnit how do I 'tell' the code I am trying to run where it is?
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have you added NUnit as a reference to your project?
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by:Anurag Thakur
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when nunit is installed the assemblies are added into gac
so it might be the case the web config entries for nunit might not be the same as in the GAC
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by:DColin
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hosneylk:
have you added NUnit as a reference to your project?

No how do I do this.

I the Add Reference dialogue box under the .Net tab there is nunit.framework and nunit.mocks. I have selected both of these and they now appear listed under references with the other project files in the solution explorer. When I try to run the code it gives the same error.
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