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    Neville Jones commented  · 

    I think it would be helpful if Microsoft implemented the same 'COM compatibility' feature that they have for Word, Excel and PowerPoint web add-ins - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-au/office/dev/add-ins/develop/make-office-add-in-compatible-with-existing-com-add-in

    As described on that page "...when the equivalent COM add-in is already installed on a user's computer, Office on Windows runs the COM add-in instead of the Office Add-in. The COM add-in is called "equivalent" because Office will seamlessly transition between the COM add-in and the Office Add-in according to which one is installed a user's computer."

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    Neville Jones commented  · 

    For Kevin's, and my situation, it would be helpful if Microsoft implemented the same 'COM compatibility' feature that they have for Word, Excel and PowerPoint web add-ins - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-au/office/dev/add-ins/develop/make-office-add-in-compatible-with-existing-com-add-in

    As described on that page "...when the equivalent COM add-in is already installed on a user's computer, Office on Windows runs the COM add-in instead of the Office Add-in. The COM add-in is called "equivalent" because Office will seamlessly transition between the COM add-in and the Office Add-in according to which one is installed a user's computer."

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