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I have an icon I want to use for a .exe file created by compiling a VB project I have.

How do I get that icon to be the one used by the .exe?

I looked under PROJECT-->projectName Properties, under the Make tab.  There is a place there to pick icons, but I can't figure out how to get my icon in there.
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Éric Moreau earned 15 total points
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you must set the icon property of one form into your application and then choose this form in the icon combo under PROJECT-->projectName Properties, under the Make tab
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cool

you are my hero for the day
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