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Changing Build Output Verbosity in VS 2005

When builds go wrong, it’s important to know where in the process things broke. The MSBuild default verbosity setting in Visual Studio 2005 is set to minimal but you can change it by going to Tools.Options… and navigating to Projects and Solutions and then Build and Run.

Setting the output to Detailed gives much more detailed information about the build and can be a real help in debugging.

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