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I am developing a software that is used across various countries.So i need to have multi lingual support.now i have that provision by setting the culture and language options in each forms and i am changing the captions etc.This is too dificult that i need to compile every time at the time of installion in different country by setting the diffetent captions.Can i do this in differenet way I.e. whether can i add my resource file of each form with the certain culture to the compiled dll.so that i need n't compile the project dll every time.Can any body have some idea on this and i will be helpful with some sample codings also.  
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Hi,
                You can deploy your application's resources in satellite assemblies. By definition, satellite assemblies only contain resource files. You should create one satellite assembly for each culture that the application supports. Because the satellite assemblies are not part of the main assembly, you can easily replace or update resources corresponding to a specific culture without replacing the application's main assembly.

Have a look at this url
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpguide/html/cpconcreatingusingresources.asp

Hope that this helps you.

Regards,
Venki

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