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Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2012: Now Available with Office 2013 and .NET Framework 4.5 support
2 months ago
Creating a Bootstrapper package for an Office 2013 VSTO Add-in with Visual Studio 2012
5 months ago
VSTO Developer Center is now part of the Office Developer Center
over 2 years ago
Migrating VSTO 2005/2008 InfoPath Projects to InfoPath 2010
over 2 years ago
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Migrating an Outlook Solution to .NET Framework 4 in Visual Studio 2010 (Norm Estabrook)
Visual Studio can help migrate your Outlook solutions from .NET Framework 3.5 to the .NET Framework 4. However, you still have to do a few things manually to make it all work. Beth Massi converts an Outlook Solution that targets the .NET Framework 3.5 to an Outlook Solution that targets the .NET...
16 Dec 2009
Making a Custom Group Appear in the Message Tab of a Mail Item (Norm Estabrook)
You can add a custom group to the Message tab of an Outlook mail item. For example, here is a custom group named "MyCoolGroup" that I added to the message tab of a new message: Outlook lets you open a message in the following two modes: Compose (you are drafting a new message). Read ...
15 Dec 2009
Office Development with Visual Studio 2008 Tutorial Series Started (Beth Massi)
Robert Green , VSTO MVP, has started a series of tutorials on building on Office 2007! Thanks Robert! In this first of a series of tutorials on building applications on Office you’ll learn how to create an Outlook 2007 customer appointment management solution using Visual Studio 2008. This step...
14 Oct 2009
Do Your Outlook UI Elements Need Counseling? - Get your Form Regions, Ribbons, and Task Panes Talking to Each Other Again (Norm Estabrook)
So you want to open a task pane by using a button on the Ribbon. You also want a form region that appears in an e-mail item to detect the state of a control on a custom task pane so that you can add or remove an option that appears in a Ribbon menu right? Ok, I completely made this scenario up. But at...
3 Jun 2009
TechEd Sessions on Office Development
If you’re going to TechEd in Los Angeles next week, then don’t miss these four sessions: DTL03-INT Meet the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Christin Boyd, Eric Carter , Paul Yuknewicz, Jay Schmelzer, Dustin Campbell , Jonathan Aneja, Luke Hoban , Igor Zinkovsky, Faisal Nasir, Harry Pierson , Lisa Feigenbaum...
7 May 2009
Here is a Way to Get the ID of a Built-in Outlook Command Bar Menu (Norm Estabrook)
Recently, a forum poster asked us how he could add a submenu item to a built-in menu item in Outlook. Note that these are not controls that appear on the Ribbon of an Outlook item, but rather the menus that drop down from the top of the Outlook Explorer such as the View menu and the Tools menu...
30 Apr 2009
Making a Custom Ribbon Appear Only for a Custom Outlook Form (Norm Estabrook)
Many of you have posted questions to the VSTO Forum about how to make custom tabs, groups and controls appear only in cases where the user opens a custom form in Outlook. The reason why that is difficult to accomplish is because there is no way to specify the names of custom forms in the Ribbon Designer...
28 Jan 2009
Share a Ribbon Customization between Office Applications (Norm Estabrook)
We have received feedback from several folks that they would like design one Ribbon by using the Ribbon visual designer, and then re-use that same Ribbon in more than one Office application. This approach makes sense. If my custom tab looks the same for each application, I really don’t want to create...
10 Mar 2008
Office Developer Conference: Developing and Deploying Office Solutions with VS 2008 (Christin Boyd)
Last Monday I presented session CLI202: Developing and Deploying Smart Clients for Office at the Office Developer Conference in San Jose. This blog post is a mini-version of the slides and demos from my session. The session was not recorded. Slide 1: Office Development In VS 2008 You can develop...
15 Feb 2008
Out Loud for Outlook: Speech Recognition & Synthesis (Nathan Carlson)
Nathan Carlson developed a creative solution for Outlook 2007 using Visual Studio 2008 (codename Orcas). The Out Loud for Outlook project started as a dogfood testing project last summer. For those of you unfamiliar with the dogfood testing practice at Microsoft, it's a term for testing our own products...
1 Feb 2008
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