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MS Wizard/SetUp Classes

Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hi Guys,
            I am writing a set up wizard for one of my Apps and was wondering if there are any precooked Classes for such tasks. I have noticed that software vendors are using pretty uniform set-up/wizard GUIs so I assumed thare are WinForms Classes that are shared.

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Hi, you can create a "setup" project in Visual Studio itself, it'll create a setup executable for your application, there should be a lot of tutorials on the net, check out:

http://www.codeguru.com/Csharp/.NET/net_general/visualstudionetadd-ins/article.php/c7219/
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