Recource file

I wondered if there is possible to add files to the rescource file inside a compiled Visual Basic Program?

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I will add more if the answer is good.
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I believe you may modify existing resources, but I do not think you can add resources to the compiled program.

Why do you need to do this?
Open the project in the Visual basic editor, then replace the existing compiled resource to the new resource file which u to replace it. Then compile ur source code.

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I believe that this cannot be done, at least not on the PC. The Mac will let you do this, but they have a much nicer resource management system than Windows.
thor918Author Commented:
Add files while the program runs and save them to later. It's no point giving me bad answer's like klick here and click there. I want a code that could add bianary data to the rescource file inside a compiled visual basic program.
thor918Author Commented:
okey, not when it runs... add to recource when it's not running. recources in exe, dll , ocx and so on!
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