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How to create an installation program

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Hi,

I have VB 6.0 and I want to know how can I create an installation program (I don't have MSDN, so no help). In Delphi there is Install Shield but in VB I don't know! Is this utility will take care of all the dll and ocx used by my program?
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Use the application Setup Wizard that comes with VB. This will take care of all dependencies for your projects as well as add any other files that you would like to distribute with it. It should be found on the Visual Basic 6.0 Menu.
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