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Moving VB .NET 2002 projects to VB .NET 2003 on a multiboot system

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On a multiboot system, I have VS .NET 2002 installed in the OS on the G
drive, and VS .NET 2003 installed in the OS on the J drive.

Whilst booted to the OS on the G drive, I create a project using VB .NET
2002.
I then boot to the OS on the J drive and upgrade the project to VB .NET
2003.

I have noticed that the project's "Start External Program" and "Working
Directory", and maybe other things, still point to the G drive even tho the
project was updated under VB .NET on the J drive.

This might cause grief if, say, the "Start External Program" identified an
application. such as Word, that was a different version in each OS.

Is there a list of the project/solution properties that need to be manually
modified in such circumstances?

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http://www.standards.com/; See Howard Kaikow's web site.
Nov 20 '05 #1
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