Visual Studio 2013 - VB.NET - how to change or remove reference to a .DLL?

Hi Experts,

I'm running Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate.

My WinForms / Visual Basic.Net  project has a reference to a .DLL that I want to change (to another location and version).

I can't see how to edit the reference.

I'd be happy if I could remove the reference - so I can add the correct version.

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Wayne AthertonProduct Analyst Financial Messaging LondonCommented:
Inside your project, there is a references node. Open that, right mouse click and select remove. If you have Re-sharper installed (which I highly recommend) then this can also remove them.

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LeighWardleAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Wayne.

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