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Visual Studio 2005 (Tools for Office) opening form on startup

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Hi

I need a form to open when my Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Office project is run.
I also want the managed Excel spreadsheet to be hidden on startup.
How do I do this?

Thanks

Murray
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I can't test it right now because I don't have Office 2003 installed but what don't you call the MyForm.Show() or .ShowDialog() when the application starts?
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