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VB.net Excel Add-in Changes in TaskPane not reflecting

Posted on 2014-09-15
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Hi

I have a TaskPane in my VB.net Excel Add-in
I have made changes and when I debug it does not reflect on the TaskPane
I tried making changes on a windows form and it worked
It is strangely just the TaskPane that does not reflect changes
Why might this be?
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Question by:Murray Brown
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Miguel Oz earned 2000 total points
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Probably it is being cached.
In VS, open your solution and in the solution explorer click the context menu  "rebuild solution" (Clean solution and build could do as well) before debugging.


Notes: 1) If above operation does not work Open Excel and check that your Add-in is not installed. If installed you need to un install it manually. (typically rebuild does that but your PC may have some issues working with Add-ins)
2) if further help needed, please post OS/VS/Excel version.
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thanks
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