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VB.net add UserControl from C# to my VB.net project

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How do I add a UserControl as shown in the image to my VB.net project if it is currently in a C# project?
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In your VB.Net project, click on Project --> Add Reference and then select the C# project.  Re-compile and the UserControl should appear in your ToolBox.
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Thanks very much for the help
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