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You can forget about the files in C:\Qk\Cs and erase all of them. These were the C# application executable files which i had sent you so that you could execute it before we decided that I should send you the complete project with Source Code.

Erase directory C:\QK\CS !

The same set of files is contained in :

c:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\CarlHouse.ProCash\CarlHouse.ProCash\bin\Debug\

is the one which contains the same set of executable files Your C# project (I;e. the right term is Solution rather than Project since a Slution can contain several projects) is contained in:

c:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\CarlHouse.ProCash

This location includes several sub directories:

CarlHouse.ProCash contains all the C# Solution source files which all have a .CS extension also contains some other important files like the App.Config file which contains the workspace location, etc.

CarlHouse.ProCash\Images contains all images used by the C# Solution

CarlHouse.ProCash\Resources contains what C# calls "resources" which could be image files, other multimedia files, strings, etc.

CarlHouse.ProCash\Properties contains various solutions Parameters and Properties

CarlHouse.ProCash\Bin contains several subdirectories:

Debug which contains all Solution executable files when the Solution is compiled in Debug mode

Release which contains the same executable files when the solution is compiled in Release mode

CarlHouse.ProCash\Obj contains other files and should not be used

There are several ways you can start the application:

First way:

go to either of the:

  1. c:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\CarlHouse.ProCash\CarlHouse.ProCash\bin\Debug\
  2. c:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\CarlHouse.ProCash\CarlHouse.ProCash\bin\Release\

directory depending on the way the application was last compiled in Visual Studio 2008 and double click the CarlHouse.ProCash.exe file

Second way: (the default normal way)

  1. Start Visual Studio 2008
  2. Click File / Open / Project/Solution...
  3. Double Click CarlHouse.ProCash
  4. Double Click CarlHouse.ProCash.sln
  5. Wait for the C# Solution to finish loading (can take up to 30 seconds)
  6. Click the green Right Triangle button (which tooltip reads: Start Debugging (F5)) in the toolbar or press F5

I think that if you carefully read and follow the above instructions you have all explanations about the files being part of the C# Solution and how to start the C# application.

Additional information: The C# Source Files (as I said) have a .CS extension and are in the CarlHouse.ProCash directory. When you double click such a file in Visual Studio Solution Explorer, it will display either the C# Source Code, if the file is not asociated with a C# form or it will display the form with which the source file is associated. In that latter case, you can right click on the .CS Source File in Visual Studio Solution Explorer and select View Code and you will see the C# Source Code associated with the form.

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