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  • Blog Post: SDK Workaround: Some VCProj files with ATL/MFC dependencies fail, even with VS 2005 installed

    This workaround applies to: · The prerelease Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .Net Framework 3.5 (RC0), September, 2007 · The prerelease Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .Net Framework 3.5 (IDS04), July, 2007 Visual Studio 2005 .vcproj files that have a dependency on ATL...
  • Blog Post: Windows Sidebar Documentation Refresh

    My name is Karl Bridge and I’m the Programming Writer responsible for the Windows Sidebar documentation on MSDN and the Windows SDK. Based on comments and criticisms of the Sidebar developer documentation released with Windows Vista, I set out to review the existing documentation and backfill and...
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