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Default VB.Net 2003 Window Application - FORM VIEW DESIGN option is not working

Hi there,
VB.Net 2003 Window application.

In the Solution Explorer While trying to maintain existing FORMs using VIEW DESIGNER it generated the error message listed below.

Error Message Quotation:
Property accessor 'IsMdiContainer' on object 'System.Windows.Forms.Design.FormDocumentDesigner' threw the following exception:'Specified cast is not valid.'


I need your help. Could someone please list down the procedure that I need to do manually to fix the problem.
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Thank you very much.

Have a good day.

Cheers,
Lennie





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