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Visual Studio Express 2013 for the Web ( C# ) - add nested folders to an existing project?  All at once?

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I am trying to add a series of nested folders and files to an existing Visual Studio Express solution.

There does not seem to be an easy way to do this.

How is such a thing done ... such that the folders and files will be recognized by the Solution Explorer?

--maybe a command line solution / batch file?

But I prefer to do it through the IDE if I can... just not one by one by one...all at once!!  : P

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Select the parent directory containing all the nested directories you want to include in the solution, right-click that directory and select "Include in Project". Or shift-click to select all the directories you want to include, then right-click and select "Include in Project".
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Awesome.  Points are yours!
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