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where is add-in wizard!!!

Posted on 2003-11-11
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I wanted to create an add-in for vc++ .net standard 2003 - the msdn help pages say in order to get to the add-in creation wizard, go to create new project, then from the project folder types go to "other" and the add-in type should be there. However the only project type is "Database Project". Where is the wizard for the add-ins, is it not part of .net 2003 standard? Is there any other way to make one?

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I believe the add in you're looking for only comes with Visual Studio .net, so you'll need that.  Database Projects can be fun too though.
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how.. unfortunate!
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