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VS 2019 Automatic Version Numbering

VS 2019 Automatic Version Numbering

VS 2019 Automatic Version Numbering

Confused as to where I can set the assembly version in VB.net 2019 to automatic calculation?

In 2008 I set the assembly version in the AssemblyInfo.vb file as follows so it changes the version # when the project is compiled.


<Assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.*")> 
I access it using this.


Public gSysVersion As String = Application.ProductVersion 

How and/or where do I do this in 2019?

I found a few things on the internet but couldn't them to work and maybe didn't understand them.

Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

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