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I am trying to reference a new version of a third party COM control in VB 2010 Standard Edition.

I now have both Autodesk Inventor 2011 and Inventor 2012 instralled on my work station. My project was using the 2011 InventorViewCtl.ocx.
It does not show up in the project references.

Used "Choose Item" from the toolbar and browsed my way to the new 2012 InventorViewCtl.ocx. After selecting it the 2011 control is listed again and checked.

Anyone know how to force a new reference to a new version of a COM control?

Edit:
Looks Like pushing the "Reset" button when in the "Choose control" dialog clears all custom controls and their reference poitners.
I was able to browse to the new version of the control and add it

Still it is not an optimum solution as it wiped out all my other custom control references.
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