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Posted on 2002-07-25
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I have an original package for a VB app from another developer.  If I just changed some code in the VBP can I just create a new EXE and paste it in the original Support directory under the original package if all the DLL's etc stayed the same?  Thanks
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Yes, you can.  As long as you keep the .exe file the same name.
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