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Hi,

How do i determine the Project Version from VB; meaning I would like to programatically determine the Version Number => Major / Minor / Revision of an VB Project. These are the one's i enter when i create a project. Also it would be nice if I get a code that is compatible for a DLL project too.

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Within your own DLL you can use the App.Major, App.Minor and App.Revision properties. For other DLLs you'll need API calls, like GetFileVersionInfo.
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