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    Can anybody please refer me a good Excel Installer program so that I can make a package for my add-in. The installer program should make a package of all the required files (workbook, icons, pictures, dll etc.)?

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    There is a nice Setup Wizard included in Microsoft Office Developer's Edition. It is really wall-to-wall covering for the needs you described. You can create a full Setup programs for custom solutions that contains for example, Access dbs, Word templates, Excel WorkBooks, xlas, add-ins, various ActiveX controls, etc.etc.. I canīt think of a feature needed it wouldnīt cover, so give it a try.

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    Hi,

    I haven't got Microsoft Office Developer's Edition. Has anyone got any other simple solutions, is there any freeware or shareware options out there that do not require lots of programming for automatically installing Add-ins.

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    I guess there's nothing out there or this is one for the too hard basket.

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    dont you create addin and manually load them??? i neec help not my field,,,, cant see special kit needed....

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    I know how to manually load an Add-in but was hoping to find a way to automatically install an Add-in by double clicking on it, similar to a Setup file. So just wondering (hoping) there is a way to do it??

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