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How To Change .NET Framework Version From v2.0 to v3.5

How do I change my .NET project from .NET Framework v2.0 to v.3.5?
Is that possible at all? I just want to take advantage of some new features.
.NET ProgrammingVisual Basic.NET

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netimpact

8/22/2022 - Mon
GMurad

Goto the project properties of your .Net Project. Under Applications tab, default selection, you will see Assembly Name, Default namesapce etc options. Here you will find the option "Target Framework". Set this option according to your requirements.
Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)

You will also need Visual Studio 2008 in order to target the .Net Framework v3.5.

Wayne
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netimpact

Hi guys

Thanks for your input. Since you are spot on, I have another struggling question at:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/Visual_Basic.NET/Q_24081157.html
Can you look it over for me please. Thanks for your help. I will try it and award marks accordingly soon.

I hope it's ok to post this without breaking any rules.

thx
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
fblack61
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netimpact

Please see attached file of my Appliocation Tab.

Maybe I am being a bit blind today I cannot see where the "Target Framework" option is. Can you double-check for me please. I am using VS-2008 and using .NET Framework v2.0 for this project, thx.


Application-Tab-01.jpg
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netimpact

Hi guys

I figured it out eventually.

In VS-2008 they have actually moved it to the Compile Tab -> Advanced Compile Options...
-> Target Framework (all configurations)
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netimpact

I figured it out eventually.

In VS-2008 they have actually moved it to the Compile Tab -> Advanced Compile Options...
-> Target Framework (all configurations)
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I object the closure of this bug with out rewarding any numbers as per my comment ID: 23495679
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