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Error after Adding a Crystal Report to VB Aplication in VS2010

I recently downloaded CRforVS13_0_16.exe to add to my Visual Studio 10. When I loaded it, and creadeted a Crystal report in my Application, I immediatly get 25 errors when I launch it. there are several similar to this: 'Type 'CrystalDecisions.Crystal Report.Engine.ReportDocument' is not defined. Another is 'ReportDefinition' is not a member of 'SE_Attendance.crUserAttendanceEvents'. (SE_Attendance.crUserAttendanceEvents is the name of my Crystal Report). I provided a screenshot of all of the Error messages below. I have found that these types of errors usually mean there is an IMPORT missing. Does anyone have an Idea where I went wrong?

Thanks,

Cam

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2016 at 09:51 PM

    Looks like all you did was install the 64 bit runtime and did not read the warning about installing the EXE ( first link ) to integrated into Visual Studio.... Also, VS can't be the Express version, noted also on the download page.

    If that's what you did uninstall the 64/32 bit MSI first.

    Don

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2016 at 12:49 PM

    Thanks for the reply, Don... I found my problem... Somehow, my Target Framework got switched back to '.Net Framework 4 Client Profile' from '.Net Framework 4'. I have no idea how it got switched back. Sorry I wasted your time, but I do appreciate the response.

    Cam

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