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Trying to create a package for a vb.net application I get the following:  "WARNING: Unable to find dependency "

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I am trying to build the setup package in VB.net 2003.  However, every time I try to build the setup project, I get the following:


------ Starting pre-build validation for project 'Mgp_Add_Req_Setup' ------
WARNING: Unable to find dependency 'INTEROP.MICROSOFT.OFFICE.CORE' (Signature='(null)' Version='2.3.0.0') of assembly 'mgp_Main_add_req.exe'
WARNING: Unable to find dependency 'INTEROP.OUTLOOK' (Signature='(null)' Version='9.2.0.0') of assembly 'mgp_Main_add_req.exe'
------ Pre-build validation for project 'Mgp_Add_Req_Setup' completed ------
------ Rebuild All started: Project: Mgp_Add_Req_Setup, Configuration: Debug ------

I do use MS Outlook in this application.  However, I've also added a reference for Outlook 11.0.  We are using Office 2003.  Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks.
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They're just warnings, so you don't need to resolve them.  It sounds like there is more than one reference to the project output in your setup project.  Check the references section as well.

 In Solution Explorer, select your Setup or Web Setup project.
In the Properties window (not the right-click properties window), select the AddRemoveProgramsIcon property, and choose (Browse...) from the drop-down list.

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Thanks.  I'm under the gun right now, but I'll take a look at it later today.
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just let us know when ur problem is solved!
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Hi Venabili

No objectionwith ur suggestion:)

of course,i would have liked to see the asker closing this question

Thanks
Hitesh
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