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Edit .EXE file

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Tom
Hello

I am a newbie to VB .net 2003 environment. I have a database in sql server
2000 that was developed using vb. I would like to edit some of the .exe files
that are used to collect and manipulate the data. I have vb .net 2003 but
when I open the .exe file it shows me the binary info and not the windows
that was developed. The window developed is a simple window that you would
inut data into. How can I edit this .exe file in a gui state and not binary?
Thanks for any help!
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TC
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Tom,

With VBNet you can make EXE files, not edit EXE files.

That is for whatever program language in dotNet.

While I have never heard of a tool with what you could directly edit an
whatever EXE file beside some hex editors with which you could change text
when you was sure it was static.

You will need the source code of your EXE file to change things in that.

I hope this gives an idea

Cor


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Hello

I am a newbie to VB .net 2003 environment. I have a database in sql server
2000 that was developed using vb. I would like to edit some of the .exe
files
that are used to collect and manipulate the data. I have vb .net 2003 but
when I open the .exe file it shows me the binary info and not the windows
that was developed. The window developed is a simple window that you would
inut data into. How can I edit this .exe file in a gui state and not
binary?
Thanks for any help!
--
TC

Jul 21 '05 #2

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