?If you want to reference the Syncfusion assemblies in a project and the Visual Studio Add Reference dialog doesn’t show the Syncfusion assemblies, do the following:
Ensure that the assemblies exist in GAC from the following locations: For 2.0 and 3.5 assemblies, use C:\Windows\assembly\. For 4.0 assemblies, use C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly\GAC_MSIL\.
If the assemblies do not exist in the GAC location, run the Assembly Manager utility to install the correctly versioned Syncfusion assemblies into the GAC:
From the Start menu, select Syncfusion > Essential studio x.x.x.x > Dashboard > Utilities > Assembly Management.
Set the assembly type as Prebuilt.
Set the action to Install version x.x.x.x.
For the framework, select All.
Click Perform Action.
Now you are able to reference the Syncfusion assemblies from the .NET tab in the Add Reference option of the Solution Explorer.
For VS2010: Please ensure that the project's target framework has been set to .Net Framework 4.0 instead of .Net Framework 4.0 Client Profile.
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