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How do I create a silent install with VB Package & Dev Wizard

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Is there any way to create a Silent Install using the VB Package and Development Wizard?  Do I have to buy another package to do this?  If so what is the best package to buy.??
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As far as I now, it is not possible to create a silent install using VB Package and Development Wizard. Install Shield may be the best package to do this
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i can do a silent install, Is it just .ocx's and dll's?  It really doesnt matter, but the size of your program greatly depends on the size of the things you want to install, so this may or may not be a good option, let me know what you think and ill explain if you want.
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That worked Great - Thanks
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