C# Statement Error

I am trying to work with a simple C# method but I get a "Only assignment, call, increment, decrement, and new object expressions can be used as a statement" error.
The error occurs on the following line:
 p.Start;

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Full Code:
private void OpenFile(String AFileName)
    {
            Process p = new Process();
            ProcessStartInfo psi = new ProcessStartInfo();
            psi.FileName = AFileName;
            p.StartInfo = psi;
            p.Start;
    }

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I am trying to convert the following VB.Net sub into a C# method:
Public Sub OpenFile(ByVal AFileName As String)
        Dim psi As New ProcessStartInfo()
        psi.UseShellExecute = True
        psi.FileName = AFileName
        Process.Start(psi)
    End Sub

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Please help resolve the error.

This is not homework for a class. It is self-study using books.
Mark01Asked:
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Russ SuterCommented:
p.Start() is a method, not a property. Make sure you include parentheses.
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Mark01Author Commented:
Thank you, Russ.
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