How to set Start Menu Folder for VB Apps

Hi

I have created a couple projects using VB 2008 Express and i was wondering how i can set the folder where the application will appear once installed as at the moment it installs and creates a "Microsoft" folder in the Start Menu.

I have already changed the Assembley Infomation to my details.

Kind Regards
STP_MartinAsked:
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bhmahlerCommented:
open you Project properties and select Assembly Information under the Application Tab.  It is creating the folder based on the Company information which I am guessing is set to the default of Microsoft in your project.
cookmaster7000Commented:
if you're Publishing go to project properties, Publish tab, Options button, and the Publisher name box

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STP_MartinAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys,

I think the first answer would of helped but i had already changed my details in that section and it was in the Publish -> Options section i had actually missed.

Thanks for prompt replies yesterday
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