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Thanks for your help with conversion to vb6,

perhaps you can help me with location of setupwix.exe
for application distribution

Where is it?

and what suggestions/differences are there between vb5 & vb6

Thank you
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<with location of setupwix.exe>

This is inexisting under VB6. You need to use the Package & Deployment Wizard (Start->Programs->Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0->Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 tools->& Deployment Wizard).

<and what suggestions/differences are there between vb5 & vb6>

Not much. ADO is new.

Read this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/vbcon98/html/vbmscwhatsnewinvb98.asp
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