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Assembly Information Dialog Box
The Assembly Information dialog box is used to specify the values of the .NET Framework global assembly attributes, which are stored in the AssemblyInfo file created automatically with your project. In Solution Explorer, the file is located in the My Project node in Visual Basic (click Show All files to view it); it is located under Properties in Visual C# and Visual J#. For more information on assembly attributes, seeor .
To access this dialog box, select a project node in Solution Explorer, then on the Project menu, click Properties. When the Project Designer appears, click the Application tab. On the Application page, click the Assembly Information button.
Specifies a title for the assembly manifest. Corresponds to.
Specifies an optional description for the assembly manifest. Corresponds to.
Specifies a company name for the assembly manifest. Corresponds to.
Specifies a product name for the assembly manifest. Corresponds to.
Specifies a copyright notice for the assembly manifest. Corresponds to.
Specifies a trademark for the assembly manifest. Corresponds to.
- Assembly Version
Specifies the version of the assembly. Corresponds to.
- File Version
Specifies a version number that instructs the compiler to use a specific version for the Win32 file version resource. Corresponds to.
A unique GUID that identifies the assembly. When you create a project, Visual Studio generates a GUID for the assembly. Corresponds to.
- Neutral Language
Specifies which culture the assembly supports. Corresponds to. The default is (None).
- Make assembly COM-Visible
Specifies whether types within the assembly will be accessible to COM. Corresponds to.