Exporting/Importing user-scope settings also check are they referenced to excel sheet in vb.net

I'm looking for any option or source for exporting user-scope settings to excel sheet and importing them from excel sheet.

Also is it possible to check in Visual Studio are they using/referenced in application?

Any help would be grateful.

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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Can you please rephrase your question? What do you mean by "user-scope settings"? What settings? What environment?
HakanAuthor Commented:
Scope: User / Application
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
1. The primary approach would be using My.Settings and My.Settings.Properities to read and write the values. Another approach would be using Configuration.ConfigurationManager to read the app.config/user.config directly.

2. Only, when you use My.Settings.<SettingName>. Then you would get an  compiler error, when changing the settings name and you can search for "My.Settings." to located them in the code.

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