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CrystalReportViewer not visible in Visual Studio 2010

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Dear Experts,

I have an issue (which i think a lot of others have also faced) that i cannot see the CrystalReportViewer under Reporting in the Toolbox. A lot of forums say that by default .NET Framework 4 Client Profile is selected and hence that should be change to the simple .NET Framework4 and the CrystalReportViewer would be visible. But it just does not work. I have been trying to do this since the last 10 days but in vain!!

Request if someone could bring me out of the agony!

Thanks in advance!
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which version of CR have you installed?
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Installed Crystal Runtime for Visual Studio 2010 as well as Crystal Reports 2011
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