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How do I set the Application version # in a C# app

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I have a C# application and I need to set the version # so if ithe properties are checked in Explorer it shows the correct version #.

In VB.6 I would do this in the Make, Options.

In C++ I do it by going to the .rc file using the Resource view and changed the Version information.

I'm sure it has to be simple but I can't figure out how to do this for a dotNet (C#) application.

I would think this should be an easy question but I'm in a hurry so I'm going to give it 200 points.

Thanks,
Mike
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Razzie_ earned 200 total points
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There is versioning information in the AssemblyInfo.cs file.

HTH,

razzie
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by:mlazear
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That was exactly what I needed.  I figured it was easy but not the most obvious place.

I've updated my version # and information and life is good!

Thank you,
Mike
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