Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
If you mean Microsoft Projects, you will need to purchase it. It's not part of the operating system.
if you are meaning something else, please provide more detail.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Once you have configured
all elements of an application's installation in your installer project (by
specifying folder and file locations, file associations, registry actions, and
so on), you must build the project into an installer package (.msi) file. Then, you can distribute the
.msi file to users who want to install your application. If you change your installer project after
building it, you must rebuild the installer project to test your changes.
To build an installer project into a package
Make sure the Build type project property (on the Build Tab of the Project Properties dialog box) is set to either: Installer or Installer with Microsoft® Windows® Installer Loader.
In the Project
Explorer window, select the installer project.
On the Build
menu, click the option to Build your project. Note The Build menu
may include options for building either your project or the entire solution.
In Windows Explorer,
navigate to the .msi file you built with this project.
Right-click the .msi
Note Depending on your
system settings, the .msi file extension may not be displayed. You can still
right-click the file name.
from the context menu.
In Visual Studio Installer,
select the installer project from the Project Explorer.
On the Build
menu, click the option to Build your project.
Studio Installer builds your project and displays the message "Solution
update succeeded" in the lower left corner of the development window when
the build is complete.
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