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How do you make NumericUpDown available in Toobox of Visual C# 2008 Express?

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NumericUpDown seems to be disable under Common Controls. And does not show up NumericUpDown Controls.
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by:VikramMullick
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Not shown how to Add numericUpDown to your toolbox.
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by:SaedSalman
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in the toolbox, right click and click on "choose items"
under .NET Framework Component tab, Check the box next to "NumericUpDown" and click OK.
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I try your comment does not work.
I try to remove the installation as well as the 'Visual Studio 2008' project in 'My Document'. After installation I try to reset the toolbox by right click tool box and select 'Reset toolbox'


Still does not work. The 'NumericUpDown' under 'Common Controls' is disable.  Attached a image to indicate it.
toolbox.JPG
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