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I'm using VS2008, how can I specify the target framework to be 2.0 instead of 3.5?
This is for WinForm
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When you create a new project you can specify in the project window
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You have a combo on the top right window for that and if you have already a project you can go to My Project - Compile Tab - Advanced Compile Option  and choose the target framework
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