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Old February 27th, 2007, 08:57 AM
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In a secnario like this, you should be working from a Team Server or some other form of Version Control server that allows each team member to work on X file, add X file to the overall project, etc. In so far as individual copies of Visual Studio, each with their own project and project files, I am not sure of an "easy" way to do this.

If each team member has named their projects EXACTLY the same thing you chould be able to copy the class files, .aspx files from one directory to the final directory and just refresh the view in VS and include those files in the project.

Of course, if the other members have different names for their projects, you are going to have to play around with the files since the files you would be copying over would belong to another Namespace which wouldnt be present in the final project.

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