Open the "Project Properties" dialog by selecting "Properties" in the "Project" menu.
In the properties dialog, click on the "General" tab and change the path for the executable in the "Output Directory" text box from "Debug" to C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\IC Imaging Control 3.1\classlib\$(PlatformName)\debug for debug configurations. For release configurations change the path from "Release" to C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\IC Imaging Control 3.1\classlib\$(PlatformName)\release. Please exchange "username" with your user name. The macro $(PlatformName) will be substituted with "win32" or "X64" while the project is built.
Click on the "C/C++" tab and choose "Code Generation". Make sure a "Multi-threaded DLL" is selected in the "Runtime Library" text box. For debug configurations, the "Multi-threaded Debug DLL" and for release configurations, the "Multi-threaded DLL" has to be selected.
Now select "General" in the "C/C++" tab. Enter the path of the directory in which the include files for the class library reside, in the "Additional Include Directories" text box. If the project was created in the "IC Imaging Control" toplevel directory the include path is C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\IC Imaging Control 3.1\classlib\include. Please exchange "username" with your user name
Select "General" in the "Linker" tab and enter the path to the class library in the "Additional Library Directories" field. If the project was created in the IC Imaging Control toplevel directory, the path is "..\ClassLib\Debug" for debug configurations and "..\ClassLib\Release" for release configurations.
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