You can drag and drop four different file types on VBLM, with results as follows:
VB Project Files (*.VBP)
Dropping a VB project file onto VBLM's main window has the same effect as selecting File/New Project on the main file menu.
VB Group Files (*.VBG)
Same as above.
VBLM Project Files (*.LMP)
Dropping a VBLM project file on VBLM's main window has the same effect as selecting File/Open Project on the main file menu.
VBLM Import/Export Files (*.LMX)
You can drag and drop LMX files on either the language table editor or the main window. When dropped on the LTE, the effect is the same as selecting File/Import from the LTE's file menu; the file is imported into the current table.
When dropped on the main window, VBLM also imports the file but the question is into which table. Version 6+ LMX files have an entry in the file header specifying the name of the language table from which they were created. If the table exists, VBLM will import the file into it. If the table does not exist, but a table exists that matches the file name (without the extension), VBLM will import the file into it. Otherwise, VBLM will create the table named in the file header and import into it.
Note: You can drag and drop multiple LMX files on the main window. When you do so, VBLM presents the import options window only once, before importing the first file, and uses the same settings for all subsequent files.