How to add .xml item to project?

A 3rd party wrote some sample code for me.  Now I am trying to import some of that code into my  visual studio 2008 vb app. Referencing the attached screen addition, I was able to import 'TrustAllCertificationPolicy.vb' (near the bottom of the screen shot) by using 'Add existing item', and I was able to import 'Newtonsoft.Json.Compact.dll' by using 'Add Reference'.  But I can't figure out how to import 'Newtonsoft.Json.Compact.xml'.  I need detailed guidance on where and how to add an .xml item to my project in visual studio 2008.  TIA
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You do not need to worry about that XML file.  It is an XML documentation file.  Intellisense uses it to provide information about the methods in the Newtonsoft.Json.Compact.dll.  Whether it is there or not will not affect the actual operation of your application.


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