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mcrider >>>> still connected?

Here is what I did..copy and paste your line of code...project name: Birthdays
Project exe: Birthdays.exe

Result:  No Icon Appears On Desktop

Also...I got no mention of dcom95 but maybe that is because I am running 98 on my system..

Wayne

' Wayne's Vesion of Create program icons (or links, i.e. shortcuts).
        '
        OSfCreateShellLink "..\..\Desktop", _
            "Shortcut to Birthdays", _
                 gsDest.strAppDir & "Birthdays.EXE", Chr$(0)
       '

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Are you using VB5 or VB6??
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I don't have VB6... Just VB5... ;-)

The OSfCreateShellLink I gave you was for VB5.  I believe that the arguments have changed in VB6... Search the SETUP1 project and look for the OSfCreateShellLink definition...

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ok...thanks.
Wayne
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Let me know how it turns out...


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