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Microsoft VS C++ Add a project Microsoft VS C++ Add a project Presentation Transcript

  • Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Express Edition 2008 – How to create a Project
    • Creating an environment for you to write, test, run and debug your code.
    • Assumption that Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Express Edition 2008 is successfully installed.
  • To start….
    • Open Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Express Edition.
    • Click on File, then New, and Project as shown on the following screen (this screen shot is directly from the Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Express Edition 2008).
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  • On the Project Screen
    • Now enter the following information as shown on the following screen (this screen shot is directly from the Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Express Edition 2008).
    • Project Type - CLR
    • Visual Studio Installed Templates – Empty Project
    • File Name and Location
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  • Adding a new item to your Project
    • Add the information below to add an item to your Project as shown on the following screen (this screen shot is directly from the Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Express Edition 2008).
    • Add new item
    • Select C++ file (.cpp)
    • Name and Location
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  • Now you have a working environment.
    • Now you have an environment shown in the following screen where you will be able to write, test, run and debug your code.
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  • CONGRATULATIONS!