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After created Usercontrol1 project and an Standard exe project, run the later project. Don't know why the IE broswer appeared.
Anything I set wrong or what?
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Question by:victorlong
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Éric Moreau earned 180 total points
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Right-click your Standard EXE project and select "Set as start-up".
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by:victorlong
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Hi emoreau,

Thank you.

I was trying to find something in the menu File and Project....haven't try the pop menu :-(

However, there must be some where to select "Set as start-up" other than the pop menu.
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I never find it elsewhere! There are a couple of items like this that appear in popup menus or toolbars that aren't in menu (I think of Comment and un-comment).

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by:victorlong
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Hi emoreau ,

It will be helpfull if the menu bar includes all items in pop menu and tool bar.....

Anyway, your answer is helpfull :-)
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