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Changing VB Project Icon

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I had a VB project file. Is it possible to change the icon display for the project file.

Many Thanks in advance for the advise.

Best Regards

Felicia
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Give an icon to one of your form then from the Project Properties, select this form in the icon combo of the Make tab.
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how then can I give an icon to the form...what setting to make...???

Many thanks
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With the Icon property of the form.
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Thanks for the infor.

I got it.

Best Regards

Felicia
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