The P&D wizard works great but there's one area for concern. I am selling my VB6 program online and one of my users had Windows 7 Ultimate. Anyway, by default, the P&D wizard uses "program files\your directory" for VB6 application installs. My program works with Microsoft Word 2007 using the mail merge feature. Anyway, when my user tried to use the letter wizard (send database.mdb data to mail merge tool in MS word), MS word, couldn't recognise the database (it appeared blank) and received many error messages. When my user saved (this option exists in my program) the database file location to another directory (no longer the program files directory), he could use the mail merge in Word (i.e. all the data loaded from the database). I wonder if its the file permissions from his "program files" directory was to blame for this? Should I change the "program files" default install folder in the P&D wizard installation? I think it was his machine.