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Import visual studio toolbox items from one pc to another

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Is there a way to Import the visual studio toolbox items from one pc to another pc with visual studio 2005?

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can you please provide more information ?
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Specifically how depends on the components you want to import. Any built-in .Net controls will be there already; for any other .Net controls you should be able to copy the DLL to the other machine and either a) browse to it from the "Add Items to Toolbox..." dialog, or drop it into the GAC.

Any COM libraries you can copy, register on the other machine, and then browse to.
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