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What dll's do I need to reference to use visual studio tools for office? I am using vs 2010 and .net 4.0

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I can't seem to find a tutorial describing what I need to reference to use VSTO as in the dll's and a simple example of it's use.
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Here an example: link

And here is a list of available dll's you can reference in your project: link
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VSTO is installed by default when installing VS2010. See this link that has some sample code and setup info.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/office/hh133430.aspx
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