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Default Build Configurations

I wonder if anyone can throw light on the following problem? I am using MS Visual Studio Enterprise Architect (v 7.0.9466). When I choose Solution Explorer | Properties | Configuration Properties and change the state of the Build tickbox on any of the projects included in the Solution, the state returns to what it was before when I re-enter the development environment. This happens regardless of whether I create my own build configuration or use, say, Debug. And it happens even if I do a Save All and save the .sln file. Does anyone at least know which file this is stored in so I can start some investigation?

Any help would be most appreciated. If I am posting in the wrong place, please tell me as I am new to the Wrox forum.


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