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Hi,

I had a little personal project I made using Winforms in C#.

When i published it, it gave me some installing files and stuff..

Is it possible i can make just an exe file out of it?

one exe runs it all. its very basic project no db, or anything too big.

Thank in Adv.

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  • [QUOTE=Evil Genius;1005699]Hi, I had a little personal project I made using Winforms in C#. When i published it, it gave me some installing files and stuff.. Is it possible i can make just an exe file out of it? one exe runs it all. its very basic project no db, … Read More

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Hi,

I had a little personal project I made using Winforms in C#.

When i published it, it gave me some installing files and stuff..

Is it possible i can make just an exe file out of it?

one exe runs it all. its very basic project no db, or anything too big.

Thank in Adv.

Ya sure you can do this............
Just add a setup project in your main project....
And then go in file system and select the primary output option, that will only give you a exe file of your project...........:)

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The way you are doing is not the right way, right click and publish.
If you are not using Express edition, So go through thisLINK
It will defiantly Help you, And if you still have any query then You can ask me..........

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