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upgrading to .net 2.0

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Hi, i am trying to upgrade my Visual Stuido 2003 to use teh .net framework 2.0.

It was installed with 1.1.

I have downloaded and installed the .NET Framework Redistributable Package as it says then installed .NET Framework 2.0 SDK x86..... which all seemed to work fine and I can see the framework there...

My problem is getting Visual Studio 2003 to recognize to use the 2.0 framework and stop using 1.1

The only thing i see in the options that remotely look like i have to change is the "Projects-> VC++ Directories".........which doens't really matter to me, cuase im coding in VB.NET

Some help would be great

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