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Lesson 36 : Compiling and Distributing VB Applications

After successfully created a VB program, you might want to market your product, either online or offline. This means that you need to create a package that can be distributed to your potential customers via CD ROM, DVDROM or the Internet. The package will allow the user to install the program in the computer with the standard setup routine.

To create the distributable package, use the Package and Development Wizard that came with Visual Basic 6. The main purpose of this wizard is to create a setup program that can be used to install the application. Off course, it also does many other jobs like compiling your application and compresses the files for easy distribution.

To learn the detail steps in compiling and distributing your VB6 applications, we suggest you get hold a copy of Visual Basic 6 Made Easy.


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