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VB.net VSTO Excel Ribbon error

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I get this error in my Excel VSTO ribbon because one of the buttons had the wrong name. How do I see the ribbon to change the name of the button? This is a pathetic Microsoft problem

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I am using a Visual Basic Ribbon and I know that there was a wrong name because I pasted code from a 2007 project and the click event didn't recognize the button. I have now removed all the VB.net code and still see that message. This is extremely frustrating
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So you can see your XML?  

I am just guessing here but you are now using 2010 or greater?

See here on dealing with 2007 and 2010

I had this problem too.

for 2007 you have probably this
<customUI xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/01/customui">

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For 2010 you need this
<customUI xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2009/07/customui">

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Thanks you very much. Appreciate the help!
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