Adding Event Code to Microsoft Office Backstage View Customizations

In my last post , I introduced the basic recipe of how to customize the Microsoft Office Backstage view.

Read more from the original source:
Adding Event Code to Microsoft Office Backstage View Customizations

Short Overview of SharePoint Features in Visual Studio 2010

As you probably know, Visual Studio 2010 was announced last week and it contains a lot of great features and project templates for SharePoint developers. Below is a short overview for some of the SharePoint development related features and project templates

Here is the original: 
Short Overview of SharePoint Features in Visual Studio 2010

Office and SharePoint 2010 Highlights from SharePoint Conference

SharePoint Conference was a very busy time for us. We were finally able to pull back the curtain on many of the capability areas of 2010, and for a lot of folks, this was the first opportunity to see what all the excitement is about

Go here to read the rest:
Office and SharePoint 2010 Highlights from SharePoint Conference

Access Web Databases and The Access Show

Greetings Office Engineering readers—Clint here from the Access program management team. In partnership with Channel 9 the Access team is launching a new show called The Access Show . It will feature Ryan McMinn, myself and others from the team.

View original here: 
Access Web Databases and The Access Show

New Channel 9 Videos on Visual Studio 2010

I’ve noticed that folks have been busy creating video content on the newly released Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 while I’ve been gone!  (I’ve got a couple up my sleeve that I’ll post soon as well ;-)) For instance, Kathleen’s continuing her series of Visual Studio 2010 interviews , this time she’s got Norm Estabrook talking us through how to create a SharePoint external list using the BDC designer in Visual Studio 2010 and Mick Alberts on the “no PIAs” feature, Embedding Type Information from Microsoft Office Assemblies .

Originally posted here: 
New Channel 9 Videos on Visual Studio 2010

Customizing the Backstage view and Ribbon UI in Office 2010

One of the presentations I delivered at SPC 2009 was the title of this blog post. Don’t worry—I’ll be posting the video when it becomes available. And, we’ve got some MSDN content coming out before RTM that will show you the details around programming the Microsoft Office 2010 Backstage view and the Ribbon UI.

More: 
Customizing the Backstage view and Ribbon UI in Office 2010

SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Hands On Labs (HOLs)

Whether or not you were one of the lucky ones to attend the sold out SPC ‘09 conference in Las Vegas last week you should download and review the 10 developer Hands On Labs (HOL’s) in anticipation to the public beta of SharePoint Server 2010 due out in November 2009.

View original post here: 
SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Hands On Labs (HOLs)

Linked Tables

Read more here:
Linked Tables

In our previous blog post, we discussed how easy it is to use the Copy/Paste feature of the PowerPivot [aka Gemini] add-in to bring in data from virtually any external source that cannot otherwise be accessed by means of an ODBC, OLEDB or Managed .NET provider. In these scenarios, business users are free to copy new or updated data at any time, but the source of the data is not retained in the model itself, and so multiple copies may need to be manually performed over the model’s life span in order to reflect changes to the sources. Now consider the following business scenario: an analyst needs to produce a forecast of their company’s sales by product over the next year.

The New Package; Windows 7, VS.NET 2010 and Office 2010

To create a workable structure I have always grouped individual new versions of Windows, VS.NET, VSTO and Office together.

Continued here: 
The New Package; Windows 7, VS.NET 2010 and Office 2010

Using PowerPivot with Excel 2010

In this blog article, we’ll step through using PowerPivot for Excel 2010 for building a rich application in Excel. Note: following screenshots describe the SQL Server 2008 R2 August Community Technology Preview (CTP) functionality for a feature codenamed Gemini.

See the rest here: 
Using PowerPivot with Excel 2010