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Changing .NET Framework in Visual Studio 2005

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I am making a vb.net application in visual studio 2005 and I have .net 2.0 installed on my machine. I would like to make this application target .net 1.1 machines. How can I change my application settings in VS to do so?
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I'm pretty sure you can't...

VS2005 works with .Net 2.0.

If you want to target .Net 1.1 then use VS2003.

From MSDN:

   "..each release of Visual Studio is tied to a specific version of the .NET Framework."
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