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Developer Studio Add-ins (where can I find samples)

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I need to find some samples of Developer Studio Add-ins using C++ (not Visual Bisic).  Where can I find some on the net ? or can an expert provide some ?
NOTE: I could provide many points for very good samples (200 to  1000 points)
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There is an article in the September 97 issue of MSJ with both explanations and sample source. The source is downloadable from FTP://FTP.MICROSOFT.COM/DEVELOPR/MSJ/MSJsep97.ZIP

I have also written some add-ins myself, so I can try to answer any specific questions you have.
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Thanks, I might get back to you with more specific questions if I can't figure it out myselfe.
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