Referencing user control

I am using a user control I picked up off of the web and suddenly I'm getting reference errors. Please see the attached screen shot of the solution explorer and also the error. Any help would be appreciated. TY
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jwagmanAsked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
If the customer user control is part of the assembly, then you need to "Rebuild the Project", instead of just a build.
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
newbie question, but how do you rebuild vs build? TY
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Build | Rebuild <Project name> or Build | Rebuild Solution menu items
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
Sorry, but under the build menu I have build solution, build project, and publish
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Bob LearnedCommented:
1) ASP.NET or Windows Forms application?

2) Visual Web Developer, Visual Studio.NET, ...?
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
windows form, visual studio .net 2008...
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Right, you did say 2008 in the tag (d'oh).  I don't have 2008 at work (I have it at home), so please select the solution in the Solution Explorer, and let me know what the Build menu looks like.
VS.NET-2005-Build-Menu.png
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
Just build solution, build selection and publish.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I will have to check this one at home tonight.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
Wow - which version are you running? Team edition? I don't have all those options!
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Oh, yeah, that would be Team Suite.  All that you should be missing is the Code Analysis and Batch Build options.

What kind of project are you working with?  Can you attach a .png screen shot of what you are working with, please?
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
Here's a screenshot, if that helps.
connection.PNG
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I can't quite see enough of the Billing project in the Solution Explorer, but it looks like a Windows Forms DLL project, and it should have the Rebuild Solution in the Build Menu.
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
It's not a dll project, just plain old exe.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
It might help if you walked me through the steps that you used to create the Billing project.  You might want to create a temporary Windows Forms application, and see what happens from the beginning.

Did this project get created in 2008, or was it migrated from 2003/2005?
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jwagmanAuthor Commented:
I tried to create a new one from scratch, still not getting choices.
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