MS Logging Application Block only writes Information type entries in the Event Log

I just started and gone the MS Logging Application Block working fine, except it only stores Information type entries. The previous method System.Diagnostics.EventLog.WriteEntry allowed me to pass an EventLogEntryType which would result in the type and icon appearing in the Event Viewer.

 Can anyone tell me how to do this with the MS Logging Application Block or direct me to an example?

Thank you!

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