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This interface is confusing me. I mean it's generally the same as what I've been using(VC++ 6.0) but I can't figure out how to set me include and lib directories for use with my engine. Any explanationwould be great, thanks. -AJ

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If you mean how to add an include path specifically for your project,

Project Settings > C/C++ > General > Additional Include Directories

the same, for the library path:

Project Settings > Linker > General > Additional Library Directories

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project menu -> options -> configuration properties -> c/c++ -> general -> additional include directories

project menu -> options -> configuration properties -> linker -> general -> additional library directories

edit: this is for the c++ express edition

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A tiny note. If you happen to have snagged the beta 2 version and not the brand new RTM version, this functionality is broken.

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To set global includes (for all projects, not just the ones you're working on), go to Tools->options. In the TreeView to the left, go to Projects and Solutions->VC++ Directories and you should be able to work it out from there.

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