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    Default Re: Visual Studio 2005 "Express" versions

    Back on topic. I posted a question about this on the vbCity forums, and the answer I got was a link which led me to a solution for C#. Use at your own risk. I don't know if this will work for the Express versions.

    Hope that helps,
    Danny Polkinhorn
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    Default Re: Visual Studio 2005 "Express" versions

    Do we assume V9 will be NET2.0?

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    Default Re: Visual Studio 2005 "Express" versions

    Guy,

    The next versions of all Autodesk products will support 2.0 of the framework and VS2005. Press release here.

    Also, someone mentioned before my class that if you attend one of the Visual Studio 2005 launch events, like a C# or VB.NET event, they'll give you a free copy of Visual Studio for the corresponding product. Haven't been to one so I don't know for sure.
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