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.dll files in VB.net

Posted on 2012-03-11
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Hi

I have a 64 bit machine with Windows & installed on it and I can't see a reference to a third party piece of software that I want to use in my project (Skincrafter).

I located the .dll dile in their installtion folders. If I copy this to the folder in Visual Studio 2010 where the other .dll files reside will this make a difference. Where would this folder be?

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Go to your project properties and under the References tab click Add  and browse to the folder where your .dll is located to add it as a reference to your project before you can use it, see image below
add dll
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Hi. thanks, but can't see your image
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thanks very much
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