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Hi Experts, currently I am developing an application using C# and Visual Studio Tools for MS Office (VSTO). I have created three controls in the Excel sheet namely TextBox1, ComboBox1 and Button1. How could I associate these controls in the C# so that I could populate the TextBox1 or ComboBox1 (eg ComboBox1.Items.Add("Data"))?

I also want to be able to create these three controls using C# in the Excel sheet. How could I do it?

Please advice.

TIA.
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