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is there any solution fro this
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in vs2005, you could go

tools -> options -> Projects and solutions (VC++ Directories) -> Set 'show directories for' to 'include files' and set it to 'Include Files' and then add the directory where 'appmodel.h' is found (you'll need to locate it in explorer first)
 
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I.P.Katti 3-Nov-14 5:31am    
whatever you told i followed but Set 'show directories for' to 'include files' this option i didn't found. for more info i am using VS2010.
Garth J Lancaster 3-Nov-14 5:40am    
thank you so much for mentioning that relevant piece of information in your question

select the project in the explorer pane in VS2010 (it should be one level 'down' from [Solution abcdef (1 project)], right click, select 'properties', under configuration properties look for c/c++ (click it), enter your directory under 'Additional Include Directories'
I.P.Katti 3-Nov-14 5:49am    
thanks i have got point,but small doubt can you tell from where i could download that file,
Garth J Lancaster 3-Nov-14 5:54am    
how would I know to what appmodel.h pertains ? - its your project - what are you using lib / toolkit that requires it ?
I.P.Katti 3-Nov-14 6:18am    
i am using kernel32.lib and Xtreme ToolkitPro v15.1.3.

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