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Upgrading .NET Framework v1.0 to v1.1

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I have Visual Basic.NET 2002 with .NET Framework 1.0. I also have Visual
C++.NET 2003 with .NET Framework 1.1. Is there anyway to upgrade the .NET
Framework of the Visual Basic to the version 1.1 so I can have access to the
added tools in the later version in my Basic installation and not have to
integrate them from C++?

TIA, Bobbo
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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Open Visual Basic .NET

Right-click the solution in the project explorer to open the PROPERTY PAGES

Click 'build' in 'common properties'

You will now see a button to the right saying CHANGE. Click it, choose from
the 3 radio buttons, click UPDATE & from now on you will be using that
particular framework version by default

I hope this helps
Nov 21 '05 #2

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Crouchie,

"Crouchie1998" <cr**********@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
Open Visual Basic .NET

Right-click the solution in the project explorer to open the PROPERTY
PAGES

Click 'build' in 'common properties'

You will now see a button to the right saying CHANGE. Click it, choose
from
the 3 radio buttons, click UPDATE & from now on you will be using that
particular framework version by default


This option only exists in VS.NET 2003. However, even VS.NET 2003 will
always create .NET 1.1 assemblies. When the .NET 1.0 compatibility option
is selected, a configuration file will be created automatically which makes
the .NET 1.1 assembly use the .NET Framework 1.0.

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Nov 21 '05 #3

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