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Visual Studio 2010 Crystal Reports on .Net 3.5  missing Viewer Control

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I'm working on a C# project in VS 2010.

We are restricted to using .Net 3.5.

I would like to develop a set of Crystal Reports.

There is no Crystal Report Viewer Control available to me unless I change the Framework to 4

Is there a way i can work with Crsytal and still stay on the 3.5 Framework?
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I don't think with VS2010 there is.  I think the .Net 4 is because of VS2010.

You could try using CR2008 standalone version it may work with VS2010 but I don't know that for sure.

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