Create reports for VB.Net (2003) program

I have a program written in Visual Studio (vb.net) 2008.  I am having issues deploying it since I have reports written using CR2008 SP3 which is a different version than what is deployed wth the CR Redisit that is installed with Visual Studio 2008.   Can someone tell me how I can deploy the CR dlls or should I used the Microsoft report viewer or is there another way to create reports?  We have a report from the previous Access database that I need to mimic, so it's not a simple display of data.  Your help is greatly appreciated.
kshumwayAsked:
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mlmccCommented:
CR2008 is a full version of Crystal while the version in VS2008 is a subset version.

Also the VS2008 version is based on CR v10 and is CR10.5.
CR2008 is v12.

You should have the .Net msis or merge modules on the CD.

You can get the latest here
https://websmp130.sap-ag.de/sap(bD1lbiZjPTAwMQ==)/bc/bsp/spn/bobj_download/main.htm

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