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Unable to create a manifest resource name

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I am realtively newey for C#.  And recently joined team that uses TFS and everybody developing forms, business layers and such.  ANd check things in somtimes not bothering to use Merging Tools. I got the latest version of the project and when Building receive the following error:
Error      1      Unable to create a manifest resource name for "Invoices\ACC Month\ACC Month.resx". Could not find file 'C:\TFS\ I_Net\I_Net (.Net)\I.PL\Main\V1.1-Voices\I.PL.Main\Voices\A  Month\A  Month.cs'.      

Can you suggest what calls the resource file if I don't see  form A Month.cs even with "Show All Files" on solution explorer .
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