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Project Group.

What is the relationship of all items in a project group.  For instance; are the projects interrelated; when an exe is created is it for all projects in the group, or is the project group just a nice way to have multiple projects open at once?  Can the items in a project group reference one another?  If the whole group is created into one exe, does the whole thing open at once when installed on a pc, or are some items unopened untill called?   I have not been able to find decent documentation on the subject, and want to know what its about (Program Groups.)  Please post info.  Thank you very much.  
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It's just like you said.  Visual Basic Groups are a nice way to have multiple projects open at once.  This is usefull if you are, for example, creating an ActiveX control.  You can have 1 project an ActiveX control, and test the control on your second project which could be a Standard .EXE.  When you compile to make a program of all your coding, it will compile the one that is active at the moment.  You can add or remove projects from your group by going to File | Add Project... or File | Remove Project.  You can also remove a project by right-clicking on it in the Project Group window and selecting Remove Project.

If you'll notice, if you create two projects in a group, they both start out with Form1 as the default starting form.  If you had a program that both had Form1 in them, you'd be in trouble when trying to call one of them as they both have the same name.  Get it ?   =)

RUSTYAuthor Commented:
Yup.  Tanx.
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