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Default Access a Project's Property Pages Programmatically

I would like to access a Project's Property Pages Programmatically, to find the current setting of items such as: Root Namespace, Project imports, Option Strict, et cetera.

I have searched the .NET Framework, but have not been able to find any way to access items from a Project's Property Pages through program code.

Any ideas that could help me.

Jim.




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