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Is there any way to edit the order that project files are listed in the "solution explorer" window in VC++.net? Clicking-and-dragging does nothing. ty

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As far as I have found, there doesn''t seem to be a way to change this. You might try messing around with the solution file (in notepad).



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It''s not always alphabetic. Depending on how you add a file/folder, it will either be alphabetically sorted in, or be added to the bottom.

It matters b/c my current project is approaching 70 files and I want to be able to sort them in some logical way. Even if I put them in folders, they get out of order within the folder, and the folders get all out of order, and the whole thing gets very messy.

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Hey CpMan, I took your advice, and amazingly enough, the .vcproj file was really easy to edit by hand. It''s in a simple XML format. Woo hoo! Thanks.

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I read on usenet a bit back that each project type can determine it''s sort order. So I guess logically this means the vproj file.



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