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Custom .NET DLLs into the Add Reference Dialog

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However, if you want to show VS2008 to display your custom DLLs within in the list maintained by the Add Reference dialog, all you need to do is place a copy of the DLL within the PublicAssemblies folder located under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE. Once you have done so, look at Add Reference Dialog, it's showing your DLL.
Note: Not always C:\... Go to your Visual Studio installation drive


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Palash Biswas
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I have started programming in 10 years on Fortran 77.Then it was Cobol,C,C++,JAVA 1.2, ASP,JavaScript. Now it at all C# and .NET Framework, such tehnologies as WCF, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, LINQ, ASP.NET Ajax , FLEX and another.

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