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I have program that I created with VB 2005 Pro. I have been using it by just going to the Bin/Release folder and running the .exe.

But I want to install this at a cCients site. And I was looking for an Install program, as I remember in the past that there was this Packaging function where VB would create package that can be nicely installed at the end user. Does this still exist, and if so where do I find it?
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Hi curious77,

I have used this link for some of my deployed Apps. It helped me get start in install programs....

Deploying VB.NET Applications

http://www.siue.edu/~dbock/cmis460/6-deploy.htm
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