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I've been battling since Tuesday to fix this Dave. (sorry for taking so much of your time), I've done what you detailed above, but still the 'find' method isn't recognised. Funny thing though, the text I get when I try to use the method is:
"Error 1 'System.Data.Objects.ObjectSet<entityresearch.purchase>' does not contain a definition for 'find' EntityResearch...."

I thought the find method would be in System.Data.Entity?

I've gone so far as repairing my .NET 4.5 but that didn't work either.
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