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DLL and Lib files Path settings in VC++ 2005

DLL and Lib files Path settings in VC++ 2005

DLL and Lib files Path settings in VC++ 2005

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Dear expert,
i am using Visual studio 2005. i adjust the dll and lib path in my project but there are some custom dll files in lib directory. Normally it is not loading them, i have to put them in the debug folder.

As i am working with the team, it is difficult to write a redistributable code.

- I want to know what is the best way to adjust all paths in the Visual C++ 2005, by which no need of copy past files?

- Is there any way to auto adjust all paths?

Because in our project we usually face problem like , xx.Dll no such file or directory or ....file not accessible..... etc.

Thanks in advance

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