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After installing Sitecore Rocks in visual studio 2017, when i open the visual studio it throws error "The Sitecore Template Wizard is not installed"?

Description:I have just installed the fresh Sitecore Rocks in visual studio 2017, when i open the visual studio it throws error "The Sitecore Template Wizard is not installed" and it also show option "Select Where to install the Template Wizard". so if this is a must that is need to be installed then where it should be installed ?

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You just need to click on "Select Where to install the Template Wizard" and select following path or similar to the following path which may vary depending upon the visual studio edition you have i.e community, professional or enterprise.

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies"

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