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Posted on 2012-03-20
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Hi

I am creating a new Custom Task Pane with a TreeView on it. Will using a UserControl (WPF) allow me to create more of a designer look than a normal User Control?

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I don't think WPF can be used in an add in.
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Thanks very much
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