How to Use Named and Optional Arguments in Office Programming (C#)

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This video demonstrates some of the tasks described in How to: Use Named and Optional Arguments in Office Programming. Using Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 and C#, I show you how to add text to a Word document and then convert the text to a table, without using all sixteen parameters that are possible with the ConvertToTable method.

Kathleen McGrath
Visual Studio User Education


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