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Hello ixeji,

Thanks for the follow up to my post. So, if you installed the Office Fluent User Interface XML Schema from:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en...s.aspx?id=1574

And you are using VS.NET 2008, then the XSD for the Office 2010 Ribbon should have been installed to:

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C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\xml\Schemas\1033\customUI14.xsd
Are you able to see that file there? If so, you should just be able to specify that file. Otherwise, there may be a problem with your machine if the Office Fluent User Interface code is unable to install.

Anyway, I hope that helps!

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Well, actually the schema is not in the list proposed by VS 2008, so I could not follow Mike's solution. I tried to download it from your link, but when I execute the exe dowloaded, it does nothing eventually.
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I had the same experience with supposed install of the schema but when I downloaded from the MS Office developer site I found the schema "customui14" installed in a folder called "C:\Office 2010 Developer Resources\Schemas". When you are in the Visual Studio you have to start a new Project and then add a New Item to it - selecting XML as the Item type. When you open the schema window you have to select "Add" and then navigate to the location of the "customui14" file on the C drive and add it to the list that is already shown by Visual Studio. Once you have done that the intellisense in Visual Studio uses that schema to validate whatever you enter in that XML item. It works quite well and demands for example that you exactly match the requirements of the schema - for example it is case sensitive, so that "IDMSO" is taken to be an error for the attribute name "idMso". Hope that helps.
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