Open VB.NET 2003 Project Files in VB.NET 2002

Submitted on: 1/2/2015 12:19:00 PM
By: Brad Yeadon (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 4 Users
Compatibility: VB.NET
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     This is just a simple way to open VB.NET 2003 Project files in VB.NET 2002.

				This is just a simple way to open VB.NET 2003 Project files in VB.NET 2003. To do so follow the instruction below.
1) Open the VB.NET 2003 (*.vbproj) project file you want to view in VB.NET 2002 using notepad.
2)Change the ProductVersion number located on the 4th line to "7.0.9466" (including quotes) from "7.10.3077"
3)Change the SchemaVersion number located on the 5th line to "1.0" (including quotes) from "2.0"
4)Save your changes, close notepad and run the project file. You will now be able to view and compile the VB.NET 2003 Project in your existing VB.NET 2002 IDE.
Hope this helps you out!

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