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Where can I find System.Windows.Forms in Visual C# 2008 Express

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I try to use a control in System.Windows.Forms. Visual C# Express complains that System.Windows.Forms assembly does not exist. Where I can find it and install it.
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You need not install it separately. It will come with the Visual C# express installation.

You need to add a reference to System.Windows.Forms.dll.

Right click on the Reference folder in your solution explorer  and select Add Reference...
Then in the dialog box that comes up, choose the .Net tab and scroll down to select System.Windows.Forms

Done!
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