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VB.net Error creating Excel 2007 Workbook Project

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Hi I am getting the following error creating Excel 2007 Workbook Project
I repaired Office 2007 as it said and the error prevails

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by:Miguel Oz
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What OS are you using?
What Excel 2007 version are you using? (Standard? Is it fully activated?)
What VS are you using? (VS2010?)
What .NET framework are you using? (4.0?)
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Thanks for the help

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What OS are you using? Windows 7
What Excel 2007 version are you using? (Standard? Is it fully activated?) Professional, fully activated
What VS are you using? (VS2010?) VS2010
What .NET framework are you using? (4.0?)  Not sure where to check this
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Miguel Oz earned 500 total points
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Have a look at your project properties tab (Target framework:). You must use .NET 4.0 for your workbook to work OK.
If after verifying/changing the above value, the project does not work then I will recommend to reinstall Office 2007 and create a blank new 2007 workbook project to check that problem is fixed.
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Thanks very much for the help
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