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How to create a .sln file from a Windows project using VS 2008?

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Hello,

I'm looking at a project created with VS 2008, but some reason it doesn't have the .sln file, How do I create the .sln file?

Thanks,

Victor
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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A solution (.sln) is a group of projects. If you application is working stand alone, with no source code from other projects, you do not need the .sln.

If you add a second project to your application (File...Add...Existing project), the .sln will be automatically created.
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If it has .vbproj file open it, save the project at some location and sln will be created there.
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