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How to disable console application window in C# Viaul Studio 2008

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I have a simple console application written in C#- Visual Studio 2008 and do not want the black console window to show when run from a scheduled task.  

How do I do this?
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Set Project Properties -> Application -> Output Type: to "Windows Application"

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Where can I find the Set Project Properties??
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I found the Set Project properties. Thankyou
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Thank You
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