Options for compiling VB code to executable

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Hello everyone, I have a question about the making of .exe file using Visual Basic I don’t think it matters what version but I’m using VB4. When doing the compiling from code to executable I press the File tab then go down to make exe. File and then I have a button for options I’ve never used this before and now am trying to fix some issues with my programs and Windows 7 so I’m now using some of these options. The options I have are listed below: Comments Company name File description Legal copyright Legal trademarks Product name Can anyone tell me some of the possible things one might put for “File Description”? I put date of copyright for “Legal Copyright” if this is incorrect please tell me this as well. And for Product name I put the name of the software that the program is making the .exe of. The rest I understand. Thank you all in advance for your assistance.

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windows XP
ASKED: July 20, 2012  7:31 PM

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