Vacation over. Back to the good stuff.
There are a number of articles and workarounds posted on the Web on how to make the strongly typed resource classes in Visual Studio public instead of the default internal. Well, hack no more. Visual Studio 2008 provides a way to do this easily.
The resources editor in Visual Studio 2008 has a handy pick-list that easily allows you to change the access modifier as pictured above. How simple is that?