In this interview, I sit down with
Stephen Peters, a developer on the Office client tools team in Visual Studio. Steve shows us a couple of tricks for how you can squeeze the best performance out of Office solutions built with Visual Studio (VSTO). He also shows how to finely control the
In our first episode of The Water Cooler show, host Kirk Evans interviews
Doug Ware and
Brendon Schwartz. We discuss the question, "Does every SharePoint installation require a developer?"
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It makes sense if users in your organization are using Office 2007 or 2003 to consider building your application on top of one of the many office products. Learn how in this video.
What is it?
Visual Studio Tools for Office is the premiere development tool for building Office Business…
You can search the text in any open Microsoft Office Word document for specific strings if you put the code in a VSTO application-level add-in. When you find an instance of the string, you can perform some action on it. This video shows how to flag the
string with a comment…