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Step 2. Creating a Unit Test Project

To create a unit test project:

In MS Visual Studio, create a new test project and call it UnitTest1 and do one of the following:

1. It does not matter whether you write in C# or VB.NET, do the following:

For Old Csproj format: Right click on Project Properties and add references to Typemock Isolator Core DLL and Typemock.ArrangeActAssert.

For New Csproj format: Right click on Project Properties, and browse to the DLLs inside the installation directory under public assemblies directory

2. Copy the DLLs from the installation directory under public assemblies directory to your repositoty folder, and in your test project, add the references to the Typemock Isolator DLLs that you copied.