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  • Blog Post: The Excel Button - Awesome for Developers

    Dan Battagin, Principal Program Manager on the Excel team, authored today's post. Recently on the Excel blog, the Excel team announced The Excel Button - Bringing Excel Everywhere . The button allows developers to bring the power of Excel to data on their web site with just two (yes, that’s...
  • Blog Post: Finding your way around Office developer documentation

    I’d like to share with those of you who are new to Office solutions development a few tips about using Office developer documentation. Where Like most Microsoft products, our most up-to-date Office developer documentation is published on MSDN Library . The most common ways to find content...
  • Blog Post: Survey: What kind of Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word developer documentation helps you?

    Our Office Dev Docs Team blog has been laying low while the team is heads-down authoring new content for our developers. Would you like to indicate the top 4 types of documentation that you find most helpful to you? Conceptual - what is the feature for, how does it work, why would one want to...
  • Blog Post: Importing Charts, Customizing the Ribbon, Starting Excel from Outlook

    Often I see customers on forums asking how to display custom user interface in the Office Fluent ribbon under some specific conditions. For example, how to display a custom ribbon only for mail inspectors, or, how would one tell the inspector is in compose mode and not read mode. Browsing just the titles...
  • Blog Post: New Developer Roadmaps for Outlook, Visio, and Excel

    Are you interested in learning to develop solutions for Outlook? The Outlook Developer Roadmap puts the the building blocks in clearer perspective. The Outlook Developer Roadmap is the latest in a series of Office developer roadmaps to help developers learn about available APIs and technologies supported...
  • Blog Post: Office Client Content Published in April 2011: Excel, Open XML, Outlook, and Visio

    Just wanted to provide a quick summary of content published on MSDN for Office client applications in April, 2011: API References and SDKs Office 2010 Primary Interop Assembly Reference (MSDN refresh) Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office (April 2011 Refresh) Visio 2010...
  • Blog Post: New Excel Macro Training Videos for Beginners!

    Developers and power users new to programming with the Excel object model take note: there is a new series of videos that show how to create, edit, and run macros in Excel 2010: Save time by creating and running macros in Excel 2010 ! This set of 4 videos ranges in length from 3 to 5 minutes each...
  • Blog Post: Nice Roll-up of Recent Publications: Access, Excel, Office, OneNote, Outlook, Visio, Word

    API References and SDKs Component API Reference for Office 2010 Outlook 2010 Developer Reference (MSDN refresh) Outlook 2010 Primary Interop Assembly Reference (MSDN refresh) OneNote Developer Reference: Application Interface Technical Articles ...
  • Blog Post: A Few Office 2010 Object Model References Live on MSDN!

    Today we published a few Office 2010 object model references on the MSDN Library: Access 2010 Developer Reference Excel 2010 Developer Reference Outlook 2010 Developer Reference Project 2010 Developer Reference Word 2010 Developer Reference These versions are currently the most...
  • Blog Post: Developer Help Updates for Office 2010 Beta

    In the intervening time between when we had to hand-off the Developer References to go into the Office 2010 Beta several weeks ago and now, the Office Developer Documentation team has been extremely busy adding new content about the new features. We have added hundreds of new topics to the references...
  • Blog Post: Open XML SDK 1.0 Available

    Just read fantastic news from Erika Ehrli Cabral that the Open XML SDK 1.0 is now available. She writes: "The Open XML Format SDK Technology Preview simplifies the task of manipulating Open XML packages. The Open XML Application Programming Interface (API) encapsulates many common tasks that developers...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Excel 2007 VBA Reference Feedback

    Greetings. My name is Rod Chisholm and I am the Programming Writer for Excel client VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and Programmability. Our reference material is available in the box, on MSDN , and NOW on Office Online . This gives us the unique opportunity to gather ratings and feedback from...
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