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VB.net adding a custom task pane to get SQL data

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Hi. I found the following article on building a project in C# that uses a custom TaskPane to get SQL data

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/73869/Excel-VSTO-SQL-Server-Browser

I am trying to build a VB.net version of it.

Can I import the TaskPane to my VB.net project?

If not, how do you actually add a new TaskPane to a project?
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