Extending the Office 2007 UI with a Custom Ribbon

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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.

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      anuproject
      Hello doncho,

      thanks for this excellent show !

      in the last 2 years I did some Office XP Add-Ins with C# and SDK 1.1. I wondered that there always the missing - statement for missing params is needed Smiley

      Anyway, what is excellent of course is the visibility of an C# Com-AddIn in the Add-In dialog. That's pretty cool, because in Word XP it doesn't appear there. 

      Next I want to know why I've to compile the code only when changing entries in the XML ribbon file ? Think of generic programming where the entries came from a database based on a user role model. Or otherwise how can I change the props of the ribbon entries at runtime ?

      Thanks for your efforts !
      Alex
      Munich, Germany



       
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      bmurthy

      hi,

      i have a question. if i need to assign a custom image for the buttons in the ribbon, how do i do it?

      you can reply to this id: bmurthy@microsoft.com


      Thanks & Regards
      V.Balachandra

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