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I have two projects, P1 and P2 in a Visual Studio 2010 solution.  I have set P2 to be the default project and it launches properly when I het F5 in VS.  I then created an installation project which seems to work fine.  However, when I run the program installed with the installation project, it launches P1 instead of P2.  What am I doing wrong?
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>> However, when I run the program installed with the installation project, it launches P1 instead of P2.

That sounds like the shortcut (icon / menu) is linked to P1.exe instead of P2.exe which is what (I think) you want.
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Thanks for your help....with the direction you provided, I realized the installation project didn't even have the P2 project in it,  much less the Icon pointing to the correct exe.   Thanks!!!
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