Microsoft Visual Studios 2010 - creating a new project in regular C

I'm relatively new to VS (only used it once before for a simple project) and all I want to do is create a new C file for my project. When I go to add file to the project I created, the only available language option I'm remotely familiar with is C++. I chose that and tried saving the file as a regular C file, which VS let me do, but it saved it as a separate file outside of my project. Is there a way I can add this C file to my project? I've tried playing around with some of the options and I can't seem to find a way.

Answers


On Solution Explorer, Click on the Source Files folder. Press Shift + Alt + A to add an existing item to the sources folder. Then just choose your .c file.

Works for me.


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