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Lewis Levin on Office Business Applications

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Lewis Levin, Corporate VP, discusses the Office Business Applications Strategy.   He talks about how to use Office as a way to integrate with back end ERP and CRM systems, and what is coming for developers to help them build new types of applications using Office as a platform.

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    • doncho
      For more details on this take a look at the Office Business Applications Developer Portal:
      http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/tool/OBA/default.aspx

    • erik_
      Thanks, sounds cool!
    • Frank​Palinkas
      Thanks to Mr. Levin and Don Campbell for a great presentation.

      Question please?

      I'm involved in technical writing and have been active in building and integrating MS1 and MS2Help into the 2002, 2003 and 2005 Visual Studio IDE's. I have heard that we will also be able to build and integrate customized Help (called AP2) in Office 2007, which may follow a similar format to that of MSHelp2.

      Listening to Mr. Levin, this would certainly useful to Office users, especially if this customized help could be enabled across the whole Office app spectrum.

      Any thoughts or info available on this at this point?

      Frank M. Palinkas
      MCP, MCT, MCSE, MCDBA, A+
      Microsoft Registered Partner
      Senior Technical Communicator
      Web Standards & Accessibility Designer
    • doncho
      Hi Frank,
      I need to look into this for you.  I need to look into the customized help support in Office and I'll get back to you.
      -Don
    • Frank​Palinkas
      Thanks Don!
      Your efforts and info will be much appreciated by many of us in the Help authoring community.

      frank
    • Ohrid

      very informative!

    • Reizen

      business application.. coool

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