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C#, how do I a reference to ExtremeML (Part of OpenXML)?

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I have installed the SDK for Open XML and am trying to add a reference to ExtremeML

ie.
using ExtremeML.Packaging;
using ExtremeML.Spreadsheet;
using ExtremeML.Office2010;
using ExtremeML.Core;

Help is greatly appreciated -- been searching for hours -- got the Open XML SDK installed and the dll referenced in my project in Visual Studio, but I can't seem to find the reference for the ExtremeML related stuff.




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Thanks for your help... Found the dll !!!
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