Right click on the project in Solution Explorer and choose Properties > Settings tab

Use this page to create individual application settings


Typically select 'User'.
If you select Application scope then Settings.Default[] will be read-only (save deosn't work)

Visual Studio will create the files "Settings.settings" and "Settings.Designer".settings that contain the singleton class Settings.

Reading and writing settings

Store Settings

	Properties.Settings.Default["MySettingName"] = "Something to save";
Read Setttings

	sTemp = Properties.Settings.Default.MySettingName;


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