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VB5: The Setup Wizard creates two diskettes for my application.  I make frequent version improvements, and re-distribute the two floppys.  I've been asked if it is really necessary to distribute the entire setup each time a new version is created.  I need some advice on this. -- Norm
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Nah, unless you add a new control to the package you can just send out fresh copies of the .EXE file.
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Thanks!
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Di Nada, sr!
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