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Help with creating Setup Project using VS 2010

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Hi,

For some reason in solution explorer I no longer see Solution 'Projectname" in order to right click to create a Sertup project. How do I view tha that section to create my Setup project?

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Victor
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You can go to File->Add->New Project and then select the setup project type to add.
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Thank You.
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