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Hello,
I am creating Visual C++ custom wizard using visual studio 2010. I have written some paths and settings in property sheets (.props files) and want to include in my custom wizard. I am not able to find place holder and what code I need to write in default.js file to do so.
 
Also, when wizard user wants to add new file to created project then it should appear at correct hierarchy in view and at physical location. How do I do it?
 
Any help will be appreciated as I am not getting any article related to my need.
 
Thanks in Advance.
Posted 10-Mar-13 18:49pm

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I wrote Visual C++ Express, Custom Wizard[^] for the Express versions, but it may help with your issue. I did try reading up on the VCProjectEngine Namespace[^] but found it rather complicated.
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Maddie from Dartford at 11-Mar-13 10:14am
   
Thanks Richard for your reply. The article is good but I am unable to find my answer to add property sheets pragmatically in default.js.
Richard MacCutchan at 11-Mar-13 10:30am
   
I think the actual property sheets are created in default.htm, the default.js file runs the javascript associated with the HTML files. I'm afraid it is very much a question of trying things and then seeing how they come out, since there is so little information on how to use the wizard.

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