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Hi.  When you right-click on a file in Windows Explorer, select Properties, then select the Summary tab, Windows shows properties, such as title, subject, and author, about the file.  (I am using Windows XP Professional.)  Could you please tell me how to view and change these properties programmatically?  Thank you.
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FileInfo name = new FileInfo("yourfilename");

name.Properties = whatever you want.
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