You’re right that the file ExcelDna.Integration.dll does not have to be in the output directory.
A version of this is already packed inside the .xll file.
I suggest you uninstall any ExcelDna packages from your project, make sure there are no ExcelDna.* files left under the project folder or its packages folder.
Also check that you then have no reference in your project to some ExcelDna.Integration assembly somewhere else.
Then reinstall the ExcelDna.AddIn package, and everything should be set up correctly.
If that doesn’t work, write back and I can try to think of some more steps to debug the situation.
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