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how to determine if .net framework 3.5 is installed using vb.net

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Can I determine if microsoft .net framework 3.5 is installed on the computer using vb.net?  I'm new at vb.net so please go slow.  thanks for all the help.
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if your app is .net 3.5 and it is not installed, then it won't work anyway.
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If you were to deploy this application, you could create the MSI with the prerequisites so that the .NET framework is automatically downloaded and installed or if its already within the setup then it would be automatically installed.
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