The Share feature in Visual Studio .NET (VS.NET) is neither as intuitive or as versatile as it is in Visual SourceSafe Explorer.  To avoid confusion, I think of it this way:

"Share" in VS.NET == Add a shared copy of a file from the VSS database into the current project

In VS.NET, you can share external items *into* the open source-controlled solution but you cannot share open items *out to* other VSS Folders, whether they contain VS.NET projects or not.

Q: How can I share a source file in one project into a project in a different solution?

A: In VS.NET, close the class library project, open the destination solution (using File|Source Control|Open from Source Control if you have not already opened it on your computer), click File|SC|Share, select the items you wish to copy into the open solution, and then OK.

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