Last updated Aug 2014
This program allows you to create a new Visual Studio project by copying an existing one. To install it, extract the zip file into your "SendTo" folder.
To use the program to clone and rename a Visual Studio project, first copy the project folder and rename it using Windows Explorer. Remove any unnecessary files from this new folder such as *.ncb, *.suo and the Release and Debug sub-folders. Then right-click on the folder and use the "Send To" option to run RenameVSProject.
RenameVSProject goes through each file and performs string substitutions and renames to complete the project rename. This is similar to the vsrename program on CodeProject, but it has a GUI.
This program works with VS6, VS2005, VS2008, VS2010, and VS2012.
Extract this zip file to your C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\SendTo folder on XP, or the equivalent location on Vista/Windows 7 e.g. C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo