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Office Click-to-run add-in supportability.

Even though the Office product runs in a self-contained environment, the Office product can interact with the other applications that are installed on the computer. Macros, in-document automation, and cross-Office product interoperability will work. Click-to-Run is also designed to allow locally-installed add-ins and dependent applications to work with it. However, there is the possibility that some add-ins or other integration points with Office might behave differently or might not work when you are using Click-to-Run.

 In-process, out-of-process, and hybrid add-ins

A key differentiator from a technical standpoint is whether the add-in is loaded in-process by an Office application or whether an out-of-process application is making a call into Office. 

Out-of-process add-ins/applications are stand-alone programs, scripts, or applications that use Office object model APIs to start functionality in the application and integrate with Office. In this case, the out-of-process application drives Office. Out-of-process applications are not supported in Click-to-Run.

In-process add-ins are loaded in-process by an Office application, and detected and opened by the application. Because of this, the Office application can use existing mechanisms, such as looking at specific registry keys or locations in the file system to discover all in-process add-ins. There is no such mechanism for out-of-process add-ins. Generally, in-process add-ins work with Click-to-Run. 

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