Develop Office Client Applications using Visual Studio
Last week we revamped the Learn pages on the VSTO Developer Center with more content that allows you to pivot on more fine-grained topics and tasks under each type of Office solution. We’ve changed the layout of these pages so that you can browse for a type of solution (right now we have Excel, Word, Outlook and Deployment) and then you can drill down into the specific topics to reveal articles and videos underneath. As you select a topic on the left, the content changes on the right so check it out.
We’ve gone through and picked key content in the Visual Studio and Office MSDN libraries, other Developer Centers and blogs like this one to bring you a better integrated learning experience -- especially if you’re just getting started programming Office solutions with Visual Studio. Let me know what topics I’ve missed by making a comment to the end of this post or by contacting me directly and I’ll get them added. Also let me know how you like this layout, we’re planning on taking this approach to the Visual Basic and C# Developer Centers as well.
This is a work in progress so you’ll see more content being added to the site as I find it. I suggest making the VSTO Developer Center your home page so you don’t miss a beat ;-).
Enjoy, -Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community
this is really helpful, thanks. Also, I notice that there are now placeholders for f# code samples. I've not noticed these before, but if these do come to be populated, that would be superb.
It's really nice to see the strong VSTO support You provide online. I'm convinced that many developers can find their ways to these pages and learn how to use VSTO.