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Visual Studio 2010 - VB.NET project - no .exe file created when I build release

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Hi Experts,

I have a VB.NET project for which I can create an .exe file when I use the Configuration: Active Debug setting.
But when I change to Configuration: Release  and click Build Solution I see "Build Succeeded" on the status line, but no .exe file is created in the bin\release folder.

Regards,
Leigh
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Select Build then Configuration Manager and change there from debug to Release...
And then you Have Active(Release)
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