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Add-In Power: Let Users Customize Your Apps With Visual Studio Tools For Applications

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If you're looking to increase the usefulness of your applications by making them customizable, you'll want to read about these three technologies available from Microsoft.

Paul Stubbs

MSDN Magazine August 2006

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