windows phone 8.1 development OnDrive

HI all,
I'm trying to write an windows phone app for 8.1 and need to access OneDrive to open and save files.
I've read a lot and I'm stuck in the begining with the Live SDK.  I installed it but don't see it in my project.  I tried puting IMPORTS MICROSOFT.LIVE in; but the namespace is not found.
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Thunder724Asked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
You would need to add a reference to a DLL, before you can use imports.  Since I cannot do WP development on my PC, I would not know where the file is located, but my first guess is that it is in the GAC, and you should see it in the Add Reference dialog.
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Thunder724Author Commented:
I installed it via the NuGet Package Manager and it says it is installed for my application yet I can not refrence the namespace, nor do I know what the dll name is for this Live SDK.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Do you have multiple projects?  

Can you show me the project references that you have for the project where you are trying to use the package?

It is possible to install a Nuget package into the wrong project, if you have a lot of projects in the solution.
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Thunder724Author Commented:
Nope just one project
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Please attach a screen shot of the project references.
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Thunder724Author Commented:
There is supposed to be a Microsoft.live namespace; but you can see that there isn't.  Also it seems that Windows Phone projects do not have a REFERENCES directory in the Solution Explorer.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
When you installed the Nuget package, was there any errors?

If I suspect a problem installing a Nuget package, I use the Package Manager Console, instead of the UI dialog, so you can see if there any errors.
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Thunder724Author Commented:
I did not see any errors. I also uninstalled it and reinstalled it.
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Thunder724Author Commented:
I think I just got it to work.
I right clicked on the project and selected add reference.  I found that the Live reference was not selected.  Thanks for your patients.  You steered me in the right direction.
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Thunder724Author Commented:
One other thing I would like to add for anyone else going through this issue.
It turns out that I also needed to download/install the sdk from the Microsoft website for it to have even shown up in the sdk's to be added as an option.
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