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Excel VB.net Add-in TaskPane corruption

Posted on 2014-09-30
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I imported the following Taskpane into a new project. The two images show it in design view first and then
open in Excel. For some reason the design view is blank. What do I do to correct this?
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it could be that all of the controls are added at runtime rather than at design time. The source code would be a huge help.
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Thanks but I can't see the source code. All  I can see is a blank TaskPane. No controls are added at runtime
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thanks
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