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How to set the version for the MSI and EXE file generated by the installer.

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Hi,

I want to ask a question related to the below question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Installation/Q_28580527.html

I am trying to see if we can set the version for the MSI and EXE file generated by the installer.

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What you see on the screenshot is not the version of the product that will be installed by this setup, but the version of the setup.exe itself, as Microsoft application. It's actually the version of your Visual Studio you made it with.

The version of the product can be specified as you can see in the screenshot in the first question.
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ok Thanks. Good to know.
Thanks for your prompt reply.
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