Office Development, Call for Papers We're looking for articles on Microsoft Office development using .NET 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010. If you're working on things like simplified interoperability mechanisms, such as late binding, optional and named parameters, and so on; Silverlight Web Parts; Business Connectivity Services with SharePoint; or other server-side Office development, we'd like to hear from you.

If you're interested in contributing, send us your proposal by Wednesday, April 7 (click here for more information on the query process). Please put "MSDN Office Development Query" in the subject line, so we can get right back to you. Thanks!