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How can I make sure that I am developping for .NET Framework 2.0 when I a working in visual studio 2008

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How can I prevent intellisence from suggestion code that is incompatible with version 2.0 of the dotnet framwork.
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The vs2008 intellisence won't suggest any code that is incompatible with version 2.0, because this is the least version you can develop against

Or did you select the 3.5 framework and on the client there is only a 2.0 environment ? Then you should reselect your framework: Open up your project properties.  In the compile tab press the Advanced Compile Options button.   You will find a target framework combobox on the form that is displayed. You can select ,net 2.0, 3.0 or 3.5
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in the properties of your project, change your target to 2.0.
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