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How do I set Environment Variables in Visual Studio 2010?

How do I set Environment Variables in Visual Studio 2010?

I found this web page:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee479070.aspx

Which says:
From the Project menu, choose Properties.

In the left pane, select Configuration Properties, and then select Environment.

But when I select "Configuration Properties", there is no "Enviroment" option:



This is an example in VS 2008:



But how is it done in VS 2010?

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