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John Wiese

John Wiese jwiese

Niner since 2007

  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 -- The Developer Dashboard
  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 -- Word Automation Services via Workflow
  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 -- Searching External Repositories using BCS
  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 -- Customizing the Ribbon
  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 -- Silverlight and the Client Object Model
  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 -- Sandboxed Solutions
  • What's New: SharePoint 2010 - Installing on Windows 7
  • Using WPF in Office Add-Ins
  • Publishing an Office add-in to a SharePoint Site for Distribution
  • .NET 4, VS 2010 and Office: New Features in VS 2010 for Developers

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  • Adding Tabs to a TabSet in Office 2007 Apps

    There appears to be an issue with the upload of the video that is causing it to timeout after a short period.  I am attempting to rectify and hope to have a fixed video posted later today.

    Thanks,

    John

    Update: Resolved issue, working as of Nov. 19 @ 8:20 am
  • Using Office 2007 Icons in Your Office 2007 Add-ins

    Thanks for checking out the Screencast, I hope you have a chance to take a look at some of my other ones as well.  Let's see if I can answer your question.  It sounds like you created a new Word Template with Visual Studio and added a custom Ribbon to that as well.

    Once you've completed this you should be able to press F5 to run the application, which just launches Word and loads your template.

    If you do this, do you then get your template and the Ribbon bar loaded?


    You rnext step is really to "publish" your template and add-in to users.  From "Build" choose "Publish <TEMPLATE NAME>..." and walk through publish wizard.  Once you've published you should be able to have anyone install the package and get both the add-in ribbon and word template.

    Hope that helps,

    John