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Default Extensibility project in c# .NET for Word2003


I'm developing an add-in for Word2003 and I have some troubles. I’m using VS .NET 2003 ->extensibility project.

The add-in works fine with the first document in Word I create/open but after It fails, the add-in doesn’t work anymore.
I’m looking for an add-in source code, to see why I always have the same problem, where is the mistake…

In fact all the events (OnConnection, OnDisconnection, etc) only fires with the first document created/opened.

All the source codes I found, didn’t worked…So I’m looking for a complete example source code (in c# .NET)

Do you know where I could find It? Or why does my add-in only works with the first “instance” of Word.

Thanks a lot,


PS: Sorry for my bad English :p

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