The Delphi Project Manager provides a high-level view of the form and unit files listed in the uses clause of your .DPR file. (It looks at the in directive to get the file names.) You can use the Project Manager to open, add, save, and remove project files, and to open the Project Options dialog box, where you can configure project default settings.
You access the Project Manager window by means of the View menu.
If you share files among different projects, using the Project Manager is recommended because you can quickly and easily tell the location of each file in the project. This is especially helpful to know when creating backups that include all files the project uses. (See page 139 for more information on making backups.)
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