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Can't change crystal report build action to none

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I am trying to change the build action to none for a crystal report in vb.net.
When I select the report in solution explorer and then select properties. There is no build option of none.
Wher is this located?
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What are you trying to accomplish by selecting that?

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I figurrd it out
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