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VB.net Upgrade VSTO 2007 (Visual Studio 2010) to  Excel Add-in to VSTO 2013 and 2016 9 (Visual Studio 2017)

Posted on 2017-04-15
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Hi

How do I go about upgrading this. Do I create a fresh project in Visual Studio 2017 and import everything or is there some sort
of wizard?

Thanks
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From previous you are better off creating a new project and recreate your ribbon and event handlers and then add your code.
There are far too many architecture changes VSTO 2007 is just too old.
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Thanks very much
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