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how to create setup .exe file in visual basic 6
Posted 15-Aug-12 8:57am
Kenneth Haugland 15-Aug-12 14:01pm
So you are moving from .NET to VB 6?
M@anish 15-Aug-12 14:15pm
i have a work to create a setup in VB that why i just want to know how to create .exe file in V.B that why i am not moving i have a work that's why so please help me
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 15-Aug-12 14:05pm
Any particular reason to mess with VB6? :-)
Wes Aday 15-Aug-12 14:24pm
VB6 has it's own built in setup wizard as I recall (been so long). Failing that, you can always use any of the other setup creation utilities. This has nothing to do with language.
Wes Aday 15-Aug-12 14:26pm
M@anish 15-Aug-12 14:29pm
i have a project i just want to create a .exe(setup) file in Visual Basic6 help me
Wes Aday 15-Aug-12 14:31pm
Help with what? Read the article it show you exactly what to do.
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Take a look at innosetup[^]. It is a free tool to create installers.

If (just in case) what you want is to create an exe file from your program, then look here[^].

Good luck.
M@anish 15-Aug-12 14:33pm
there is number for file is there what ever like u have given which one is good for me and can i create exe file by the help of this link
Joan Murt 15-Aug-12 14:42pm
The second link is a youtube video which shows step by step how to compile and how to create an exe file with VB6.
The first link is a link to a free installer software.
I've posted both because I've not understood properly which one of those options you need. If I were you I would take a look at the video, which is the easiest and it is possible that help you to achieve what you want, if the video is not helping you as it is too basic and it is not what you are interested in, then take a look at the first link, there are plenty of examples there and it is a good product.
hope this helps. ;)
Joan Murt 15-Aug-12 15:54pm
You have both links there, just click on the blue word in my post.
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M@anish 15-Aug-12 14:25pm
sorry this not so use full if u have any idea regarding this
ridoy 15-Aug-12 14:33pm

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