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Managing C# and J# Project Properties 

Visual Studio 2005

You can use the Project Designer to set properties for Visual C# and Visual J# projects. The topics in this section apply specifically to Visual C# and Visual J# projects. The Related Sections topics apply to Visual C# and Visual J# project properties, as well as Visual Basic project properties.

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How to: Set Project Properties (C#, J#)

Explains how to access and modify project properties for Visual C# and Visual J# projects.

How to: Set the Reference Path (C#, J#)

Explains how to set the path to references for Visual C# and Visual J# projects.

How to: Set Build Properties (C#, J#)

Explains how to modify build properties for Visual C# and Visual J# projects.

How to: Specify Build Events (Visual Basic)

Explains how to specify pre- and post-build events for Visual C# and Visual J# projects.

How to: Add and Remove References in Visual Studio (C#, J#)

Explains how to manage references in Visual C# and Visual J# projects.

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