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How do I rename an already compiled C#.Net project

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I started a project called TestDll which was to create an executable to test my dll.  It produces TestDll.exe.  

I have now modified this to be a permanent application and no longer want "TestDll" to be the name.  I now want to name it "RMAProcessor.exe".  How do I change the compiled name?  Is this where Assembly Name comes in?

Also, if I recompile with a new name, will the original TestDll.exe still be there and can it be safely deleted?
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