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use a module in mulitple projects?

Posted on 2013-11-06
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Hi,

I have a module I wrote for one project that I want to use in multiple projects.  I would like to be able to add to and delete from that module from any project I'm working on. I don't see any include paths in the project settings, and the Imports statement doesn't let me browse for the additional module files.

I couldn't find any good references online, so if they exist that would be good IF they're detailed (verified :).

How do I set up visual studio and my projects to accomplish this?

Thanks!
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Thanks for the link, however the instructions are leaving out details.  For example, the instructions state:

"When you add an existing item to a project, you will be presented with the standard Open file dialog box."

How do you add an existing item?  It's not stated.  I wouldn't have thought that File->Open->file would be the way to ADD to the existing project, but that's the only reference I can find.  Indeed, when I do that, there is no Link option, just 'open' and 'open with'.  

Can you fill in the missing details?
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I figured it out.  I couldn't find it in the main menu or configuration menus, but I finally found it in the CONTEXT menu in the solutions explorer.  Kind of hidden, but I found it ...
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