Access 2010: Application Parts and Data Type Parts

One of our goals with Access 2010 was to make it easier to reuse your database design work. In the Access 2007 Developer Extensions, we allow you to save a database as a template, making it available for others to use either as a starting point or a ready-to-use application.

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To-Do Bar Improvements in Outlook 2010

In earlier posts about the To-Do Bar you provided us a lot of great feedback. You might wonder what To-Do Bar improvements were made in Microsoft Outlook 2010. We want to present a brief overview of the work that we have done, based on your feedback, to make the To-Do Bar more useful.

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Assembling Documents on SharePoint 2010 Sites by Merging Content from Excel, PowerPoint, and Word

This article describes a rich document assembly solution that takes Word 2010 documents, Excel 2010 documents, and PowerPoint 2010 documents and merges them together to form a final report in Word. It does all of this from a SharePoint 2010 Web Part.

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How Do I: Create a List Definition in Visual Studio 2010?

Lists for the basis of much of the functionality in SharePoint and the out-of-box lists cover various different types of functionality. In this video, Hilton Giesenow, host of The MOSS Show SharePoint podcast ( http://www.TheMossShow.com/ ) shows how to use Visual Studio 2010 to create your own list definition for use in your SharePoint sites as well as how to provision a list by default using your new list definition.

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How Do I: Create a List Definition in Visual Studio 2010?

How Do I: Create a Site Column in Visual Studio 2010?

Site columns allow you to create re-usable definitions for columns that can be added to any list across the site collection. In this video, Hilton Giesenow, host of The MOSS Show SharePoint podcast ( http://www.TheMossShow.com/ ) shows how to use Visual Studio 2010 to create your own site column for use in your SharePoint lists and libraries as well as how to use the new validation feature of Site Columns in SharePoint 2010.

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How Do I: Create a Site Column in Visual Studio 2010?

Power Tip: Become an early Business Intelligence adopter or fall behind

Today’s guest blogger is Access MVP Garry Robinson, who offers the Smart Access collection of articles at http://www.vb123.com/kb . Excel 2010 is coming and your boss and peers might soon start asking questions about Business Intelligence and Data Mining. This leaves the Access professional looking a little behind the times unless you adapt to this new area.

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Power Tip: Become an early Business Intelligence adopter or fall behind

SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Videos and Slide Decks on MSDN

Some developers asked if we could publish some SPC videos and slide decks after the conference on MSDN. While we can’t publish all the conference content, we were able to cherry pick most popular sessions and publish a selection of most popular Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 develop SPC videos and slide decks.

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SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Videos and Slide Decks on MSDN

Watch SharePoint 2010 Videos from the SharePoint Conference

Watch five videos that represent a selection of the most popular SharePoint developer track sessions.

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Building Document Generation Systems from Templates with Word 2010 and Word 2007

Document generation systems are one of the most compelling uses of Open XML WordprocessingML. This article contains guidance for this scenario and links to MSDN articles and blog posts.

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Building Document Generation Systems from Templates with Word 2010 and Word 2007

Office Development with Visual Studio Tutorial Series – Part 4

A couple months ago Robert Green , VSTO MVP, started a series of step-by-step tutorials on building on Office 2007. Part 4 is now published. Thanks Robert! In this fourth part of the series of tutorials on Office Business Applications, learn how to create an Excel 2007 solution using Visual Studio 2008 that generates reports from a database and allows you to take those reports offline

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