Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "Microsoft.Office.Core".

i made an app in vb2005 but now when i try to open it with 2010 it doesn't work it keeps giving me error
Warning      1      Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "Microsoft.Office.Core".      

can somebody help me fix this? i have added microsoft object 12.0 already and it still doesn't work.
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You need to install the correct version of Office Primary Interop Assemblies.
Do you mean that you're having trouble when you try to open the source code in Visual Studio 2010?
StewSupportAuthor Commented:
yes it worked fine in 2005
If the project continues to load after that message, then I'd suggest that you just remove the refrerences to Office, and then turn right around and add the references to Office over again.

Are you familiar with how to "add a reference" to a project?

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