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Projects, User Interface Elements

The Help topics in this section describe dialog boxes in the Visual Studio .NET Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that pertain to projects.

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.NET Framework Version Dialog Box
Sets the Supported Runtimes property that specifies the version(s) of the common language runtime required by the application.
Add Existing Item Dialog Box
Adds individual or multiple existing files to your project.
Add New Item Dialog Box
Adds an item to the currently selected project.
Add New Project Dialog Box
Adds a project to the open solution.
Add Reference Dialog Box
Allows you to add and remove entries in the project references file.
Add Web Reference Dialog Box
Allows you to browse the Web for existing Web services and to add Web references to your application.
ASP Debugging Configuration Error Dialog Box
Describes a configuration error that occurred during ASP debugging.
Choose Project Dialog Box
Allows you to specify the target project for a command.
Copy Project Dialog Box
Allows you to copy a Web project.
Create a New Project in an Existing Folder Dialog Box
Allows you to specify the path or URL of the new project.
Debugging: Name and Password Required Dialog Box
Requests name and password information that is required for debugging client script in ASP pages.
Extend Reference Path Dialog Box
Allows you to resolve a project reference path in order to be add a reference to a project.
File Synchronize Conflict Dialog Box
Indicates a conflict between a server version of a file and the local, offline version of that file.
FrontPage Components Dialog Box
Indicates that FrontPage components needed on the client computer are not found.
Location Dialog Box
Allows you to browse for existing items in storage.
Merge Folders Dialog Box
Allows you to combine a folder from one project with a folder with a similar name in another project.
New Project Dialog Box
Creates a new project in a new solution, by default.
Open From Web Dialog Box
Opens an item from a Web location. In team environments, you can place projects, files, and other items on Web servers to facilitate resource sharing.
Open Project Dialog Box
Opens an existing project. You can choose to open the project in the current solution, if a solution is open, or to close the current solution before opening the project.
Progress Dialog Box
Shows the progress a process, such as the copying of files, is making toward completion.
Project Dependencies Dialog Box
Sets the build order for projects in a solution.
Project Folder Already Exists Dialog Box
Allows you to specify a new name for a folder that has a naming conflict.
Project Folder Not Secure Dialog Box
Indicates that a UNC path for a project is not fully "trusted."
Startup Object Dialog Box
Allows you to specify a valid startup object for a project.
Visual Basic Project Properties
Links to topics on the individual pages of the Project Properties dialog box.
Visual C# Project Properties
Links to topics on the individual pages of the Project Properties dialog box.
Visual C++ Project Properties
Links to topics on the individual pages of the Project Properties dialog box.
Web Server Version Information Dialog Box
Displays information about the server on which a Web application resides.

Related Sections

Managing Solutions, Projects, and Files
Links to topics explaining how to create and use solutions and projects.
Solutions as Containers
Defines solutions and projects, and explains their uses and benefits.

See Also

Solutions, User Interface Elements | Files, User Interface Elements | Adding New Project Items | Open With Dialog Box

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