Learn how to create a shared add-in with Visual Studio 2005 that extends the new user interface of Office 2007 applications with a custom ribbon. This tutorial demonstrates how to extend the ribbon of Microsoft Word 2007 by adding a custom group
with command buttons and callback event handlers.
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 introduces a new innovation named Features which makes it possible for developers to package and deploy a set of site elements such as pages, list types, list instances, event handlers, workflows and user action commands.
This tutorial steps through the process…
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 builds upon the Web Part infrastructure that was introduced in ASP.NET 2.0. This tutorial demonstrates how to create an ASP.NET Web Part 2.0 project from scratch and to get it up and running within a Windows SharePoint Services
In this final part, David shows how you can build a simple MMC Snapin using managed code, to host Windows PowerShell.
The custom MMC view is created using a windows forms usercontrol, and provides custom actions for the listed services.
The code used in the demo is available at…
In this 2nd part of 3, David builds upon part 1, by using the PSObject.BaseObject to access the strongly typed data.
Then you will see how to enable interaction between PowerShell and your GUI via a custom host, using PSHost and PSHostUserInterface.
The code used in the demo is…
In this first of 3 parts, David demonstrates how you can host Windows PowerShell from a Windows Forms application using PowerShell's RunSpace classes and PSObject.
Hosting Windows PowerShell in your own GUI allows you to create administration functionality in Windows PowerShell, giving you…
In this show David
shows you how, once you have designed your health model, you can easily generate the implementation code using the new Visual Studio Management Model Designer (VSMMD), available from codeplex at
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 introduces powerful new integration with ASP.NET Master Pages that makes it easier than ever to customize and brand Windows SharePoint Services sites. This tutorial explains the difference between page
templates and page instances and shows you how to customize…
Office 2007 provides new integration opportunities with the Open XML File Format which make it possible to generate, read and modify Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents without going through the object model of the hosting Office application.
This tutorial steps through how to use the WinFX…
In this screencast, Office program manager
Brian Jones shows how to use content controls, data binding, and the custom XML data store to push/pull data to/from a Word 2007 document.
Microsoft has adopted the Office Open XML file format, as the new default file format for Word, Excel, and…