You're doing everything right. The runtime for VB6 was relatively small, but the runtime to .NET is a larger. Considering that we're now getting a real API on to of the Internet portions, excellent database support, real XML support, full garbage collection and excellent crash protection, the runtime has to be larger. I, for one, am willing to put up with the extra runtime size for all of that new help.
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