Where can I find a setup kit for Vb6?

I need a "setup kit", like "setup wizard" of VB5 but to VB6. Somebody know where can I find it?
ogirAsked:
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VbmasterCommented:
Humm.. I thought VB6 was shipped with it's own version of the Setup Wizard, that maybe that's only for Professinal/Enterprise editions?
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mark2150Commented:
Yeah, it's called the package and deployment wizard and came on your CD. Did you forget to install it?

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FavouriteCommented:
For VB5, there always come with a bundle of Application Setup Wizard. Whereas for VB6, there are also a bundle call package and deployment wizard. With the bundle, u can easily setup using the wizard and can use .vbp to create it also. If not then create .EXE in the VB file menu.    
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AnswerTheManCommented:
ogir :
in your VB menuBar, click 'Add-Ins'.
then, click 'Add-In Manager'.
highlight 'Package And Deploiment Wizard'.
then - check the 'Load On StartUp' checkBox.
Click 'OK'.
close VB.
 next time when you open VB - Click 'Add-Ins'. now you should see the
'Package And Deploiment Wizard'.
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autCommented:
This is the new Installer from Microsoft. It's available to all owners of Visual Studio. It "easily constructs installer projects that contain outputs from more than one Visual Studio product. For example, your installer projects can include Visual Basic, Visual C++, and Visual J++ outputs (.exe and .dll files)."

The URL is:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/downloads/vsi/default.asp
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ogirAuthor Commented:
OK, was what I need: "Where download setup kit". Thanks.
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