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How do I extend the MY object?

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Introduced with VS2005, the VB.Net development environment has a MY object that exposes several frequently used name spaces.  How do I extend the MY object?

If that can't be done, how would I create my own customized object for use within the IDE?
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by:Jaime Olivares
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My is not an object or class, it is a namespace. So, to extend it you just have to create some classes inside this namespace.
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read this emoreau article ( i like his articles a lot)

http://www.emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2007/07/Extending-the-My-namespace.aspx
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both excellent article links.  thanks.
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