Specifies the root name of the executable file (without the extension) that is currently running. If running in the development environment, specifies the name of the project. Read-only at run time.
Use this property to identify your application in calls to the Windows API.
If you have a Save As command on a menu in your application, you can use the EXEName property to make sure a user doesn't accidentally try to save a file with the same name as your application.
The value of this property is set when you create an executable file with the Make EXE command on the File menu.
Using Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)
Make EXE File Command (File Menu)
Chapter 17, "Interacting with the Environment"
Chapter 21, "Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)"