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[Solved]Help with DLL/LIB projects in MS .Net 2003

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Ok, I've done this in VC6 and it was easy. I haven't needed to do this in a few years so I never looked for it in 2003. The only option I have is for MFC DLLs, which is not what I want. I want to be able to make .lib or .dll's like I did in VC6. Did I not install everything or? Thanks! [Edited by - Mike2343 on January 11, 2006 10:29:20 PM]

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1. Create a Win32 project (using the new project wizard).
2. On the next page, click "project settings" in the tabs on the left.
3. Click "DLL library" as the project target.
4. Enjoy, you'll be making a DLL!

You can also set up the compiler and linker options appropriately for an existing project, but it's probably easier to just start with the wizard and add your sources to that.

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