.Net Framework 4.6.2 not in Visual Studio 2017
Cannot find the .NET Framework 4.6.2 in Visual Studio 2017? Without it you cannot get all the cool new C# features?
When you create a new project for example, you may only see .NET Framework versions up to 4.6.1 as seen in Figure 1.
Figure 1, where is 4.6.2 in Visual Studio 2017
Once installed you will see the desired version and you can use all those new C# 7 features, rock! See Figure 2 which I have after installing the .NET Framework 4.6.2 Developer Pack.
Figure 2, where is 4.6.2 in Visual Studio 2017, download and install 4.6.2
I am certain this will be included in an up and coming update, until, just manually install it.
I was also getting "Predefined type 'System.ValueTuple'2' is not defined or imported" when I was working with the new C# 7 Tuple feature, like Figure 3.
Figure 3, C# 7 tuple, System.ValueTuple is not defined or imported
I fixed this by manually installing the System.ValueTuple NuGet package, Figure 4.
Figure 4, C# 7 tuple, System.ValueTuple is not defined or imported