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If you are curious to find out what is updated in Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1 there is an easy search 'trick' you can use within the online MSDN library documentation.
What you can do is go to the MSDN pages athttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/default.aspx
and there you enter in the right top search box (the one that said ...
If you are struggling to get the VSTO PowerTools to work make sure that you go and read the documents placed in the installation directory (C:\Program Files\Microsoft VSTO Power Tools 1.0). I don't think I was given the option to select a directory so it is most likely the documents are in that location on your drive too.
Each of the tools ...
I think this year TechEd Developers - EMEA (Barcelona) excelled by having great sessions, great content, and lots of information. It is most likely that this happened because it also was the TechEd where Visual Studio 2008 was announced by Microsoft to be released before the end of November (and in fact when you read ...
It's there! Today Visual Studio 2008 is released and arrived at the MSDN download sites for MSDN Subscriptions.
It was announced only two weeks ago that Visual Studio 2008 would be released to MSDN before the end of November. And guess what? It is an early release as it is ready for download today November 19.
I am downloading it ...
I had to do some development to move an old addin over from Office 2003 to Office 2007 and that is why I needed to edit the Ribbon XML in VSTO 2005 SE (don't forget to update). Well, doing that without the Intellisense support is a tough one to call. So a reminder to self because I keep forgetting how to get Ribbon XML Intellisense ...
If you are developing addins for Office 2003 and you are in Vista this may be for you.
This update fixes an issue in add-in development for Microsoft Office 2003 using VSTO 2005 SE on Windows Vista.During the development of Windows Vista, several key investments were made to vastly improve overall quality, security, and ...
Just a quick note to let you know that the VSTO team published four new VSTO Beta hands-on labs to MSDN: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/virtuallabs/aa740390.aspx.
MSDN Virtual Lab: Building Custom Office Applications Using Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office Part 1 - Data Binding with Word Content Controls
MSDN Virtual ...
Configure SQL Server to be used in the VPC
Today I add the next section in my series to create a SharePoint VPC. In this blogitem we configure SQLServer to be used in the VPC to make it run smoothly as can be.
In the SQL Server 2005 Surface Area Configuration Dialog click the Surface Area Configuration for Services and Connections link ...
Add SQLServer to the VPC
Today I add the next section in my series to create a SharePoint VPC. In this blogitem we add SQLServer to the VPC to make it run as a database server.
Run SQL Server Setup from your installation media.
Accept the User License Agreement and click Next to continue
Click Install to install the Prerequisites. ...
Today I went to DevDays 2007 here in Amsterdam, the Netherlands where I live to meet Mike Hernandez and talk to him some more about VSTO. Mike was scheduled to do three presentations at the Dutch DevDays 2007 conference:
Overview Visual Studio Tools for Office
Visual Studio Tools for Office a roadmap for the future