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How do I edit a project template used in Visual Studio?

Posted 26 February 2015 - 06:04 AM

How do I edit a project template used in Visual Studio?

I am using Visual Studio 2008 with C# and C++

I am doing some development on some code. The project uses an SDK that was put together by a 3rd party company that, when run, adds content to the options that is available when I create a new project or solution. When I use Visual Studio to creae a new project, the dialog box that comes up has an additional option in the column for "Project Type". In this tree structure ia a product that is from this company. If I pick this option, the right side offers a customized template from this compay.

The template creates a new project. I want to slightly modify this, if possible. Is it possible? Is it an asci file somewhere that I can edit. How do customzed project templates work in Visual Studio? How do I edit a project template used in Visual Studio? Is it an ASCII file somewhere?

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Re: How do I edit a project template used in Visual Studio?

Posted 26 February 2015 - 06:17 AM

When I Google "Visual Studio Custom Project Template" I get at least a dozen tutorials and how-to articles, include walk-throughs on MSDN.
As I'm sure you did a similar search before writing your post, I'm wondering which of these tutorials you already tried following. It would help a lot if we knew what you already tried and in what way it didn't work.
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