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Class Library Intellisense Internal\External Assembly Usage?

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Q. How do I add Intellisense notation so it is viewable to both internal classes and external assembly usage?

I'm using Visual Studio 2010 & 2012. I've read about 'Designer Attributes' and 'Summary' notation and using an internal XML file. Very confused at this point. My goal is a professional .dll library like the one I have purchased. Their Intellisense always works perfectly as does the .NET library. Help!
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You have to distribute the XML file that contains all the Intellisense information along with your DLL. It's location will be denoted on the properties tab, and it should be in the same folder as your DLL when you distribute it.

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I took your advice, but did not distribute the .XML file and it works great. Thx again...
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