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How do I link my program to the DX libraries in VS .NET? It was so easy in VS 6.0, but now I can''t find anything anywhere in this new environment. It took me a couple minutes to even find where to add additional include directories. Can anyone tell me how to link my program to libraries in the VS. NET environment?

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Right click on the project name in the sollution explorer, click properties.

then in the linker section, go to command line, then enter the lib names in there.

im sure there is other ways to do it, possible also by just adding the library via the add existing item

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While FearedPixel''s suggestion works, I believe this is the preferred method: Instead of going to Command Line under the Linker item, go to Input. In the property grid on the right there should be an item called Additional Dependencies.

Add your libraries there, either by typing them directly in, or by clicking on the ... button.


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