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I am using VB 2010 Express edition.i wrote vb.net code.i want to build that code on framework 2.0.so I go to properties of the project, I chose Compile > Advanced Compile Options > Target Framework BUT my only choices are .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4 Client Profile. I have all .NET Framework versions 2.0 - 3.5 installed on my machine, so why I can not chose an older framework version? can anybody help me?
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Have you checked advanced compile options[^] ?
   
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RICKY_Xxx 21-Dec-11 2:11am
   
I Checked it.but there is no option for framework version 2.0 to 3.0.
   
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RICKY_Xxx 21-Dec-11 2:19am
   
As u read My question . there is no option for other version like 2.0 or 3.0.But these version are install on my machine. it show only version 4.0 and
.NET Framework 4 Client Profile in Advanced Compile Options
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I am using VB 2010 Express edition

As you are using express edition. Express edition doesn't have that feature you can use professional or Ultimate or any other higher version. Express edition is basic edition which doesn't have advance features like multi-targeting support
   
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Sandeep Mewara 2-Sep-12 3:00am
   
Comment from OP:
But my VB 2010 Express edition has this option. I compiled and confirmed that application working finely. But I don't know exactly whether it is still using Framework4 or realy using Framework2. For that I have to use it on a machine where only Framework2 is installed. I will check this and will give next feedback.

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