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Posted on 2002-04-20
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i am now using VB6.0..and create one mini project.
But after i run it, i cant find the .exe file inside file that i save the project.
Where i can find it or how? in Delphi,we can find the .exe in the same place ....
anyone can help?
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bobbit31 earned 50 total points
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go to file/Make Project.exe

it'll prompt you as to where you want to save the exe
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by:tmchuan
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i faced the same problems last time..
just open your VB...and your project.
click to "File|Make Project1.exe (let say your project name project1.exe)..and it will where you want to save the project.....
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by:bobbit31
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hrmm... why propose as answer seeing that i have already posted the exact same thing ???
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by:tmech
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...sorry..maybe the line problems cause that i didnt saw your answer when i give this answer ...is ok...i think he wil accept your answer...sorry
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by:tmech
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...sorry..maybe the line problems cause that i didnt saw your answer when i give this answer ...is ok...i think he wil accept your answer...sorry
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by:tmech
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so ..is it ok for bobbit31?
i didnt give any point ...but
thanks to u all....
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by:bobbit31
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you can still accept my comment as answer, it's correct isn't it? ;)

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by:ComTech
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According to my files, and looking up this account, it appears to be a duplicate account.  

If for sone reason you think me wrong, please email me at comtech@experts-exchange.com if iy care to discuss this any further.  One account, one person.  It's in the rules.

I have suspened the tmchuan account, and will accept bobbit31's answer.

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