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hi Experts
i have developed a application in VB 6.0 and
i want to know how can i achive  the feature so that after installation my application should automatically start.
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HEllo raulshukla.

Below the VB6 installation folder there is a project in Wizards\PDWizard\Setup1 folder. This is the source for the setup1 project that the deployment wizard creates.

You can change this project to start the application file after installation (KEEP A BACKUP OF THE ORIGINAL FOLDER!!).

Actually, you can do whatever you want to the setup by changing this project.
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