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Office Ribbon Controls tab Not appearing in the Toolbox in Visual Studio 2008

Posted on 2009-07-03
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I think the title says it all but I have a new Excel 2007 application add-in project created in VS2008.

I have created a custom Ribbon using the ribbon designer.  I now want to drag controls onto it but the Office Ribbon Controls tab is not in my toolbox.

Anyone know how I can force it to appear?
Thanks in advance,
Oli
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Never mind, I right clicked on the toolbox clicked Choose Items then ticked all the items in the Namespace Microsoft.Office.Tools.Ribbon.

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