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Excel 2010 Addin Issue

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We are having issues with an Excel addin which is enabled and ticked in all the Excel options but does not appear on the ribbon, this is within a Citrix 7.9 environment. Any ideas?

Locally on Windows 7 machines with Excel 2010 the addin works fine.
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No points, but check this EE solution.  You'd just need to add the add-in (.xlam) file to the XLSTART folder in the Citrix environment.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/27972389/Excel-Add-In-for-ALL-users-in-a-Citrix-Xenapp-6-0-Environment.html
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Thanks for the help
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