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upgrading a website to .net 4 in visual studio 2010

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Hi,

I opened a website initially in vs 2010 and it asked me if I wanted to upgrade the site to .net 4.

I said no.

Now down the line I do want to do the upgrade but vs doesnt ask me anymore when i open the website.

How come I get it to ask me again?

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You can select the framework version by open the project properties, going to compiler tab and click on Advanced Compile Options button.

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I've done file/open a website.

Cant see the project properties?
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Right click on the project in Solution explorer.

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Ah that is where I was getting lost. I was doing that and looking for advanced compile options, its under build tho and target framework!
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Hmm. Different for you then. It was under compile for me but may be because I started with .Net 4.