Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010

This is the twenty-sixth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the VS 2010 and .NET 4 release.

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Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010

Accessing an OData Producer using an Office 2010 Add-in

To continue the theme of landing external data in Office 2010, I’ve taken a demo excerpt from a session I presented at a conference last week to show how easy it is to land OData information in an add-in. In this sample I simply use the Northwind Database which is a publicly available OData producer .

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A Few Office 2010 Object Model References Live on MSDN!

Today we published a few Office 2010 object model references on the MSDN Library: Access 2010 Developer Reference Excel 2010 Developer Reference Outlook 2010 Developer Reference Project 2010 Developer Reference Word 2010 Developer Reference These versions are currently the most up-to-date developer references for the corresponding Office 2010 client applications. Developer References for Office 2010 (APIs shared across Office client applications), PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010, and Visio 2010 will be forthcoming shortly.

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A Few Office 2010 Object Model References Live on MSDN!

Setting up a Local Mail Server for a SharePoint Virtual Machine on Server 2008

The only way to do software development for SharePoint is really a Virtual Machine.

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Setting up a Local Mail Server for a SharePoint Virtual Machine on Server 2008

RTM Demo VM for SharePoint & Office 2010

Getting the VM If you’re looking to get up to speed on SharePoint and Office 2010 development, but don’t necessarily want to install everything on the metal you can download the RTM Demo VM: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=751fa0d1-356c-4002-9c60-d539896c66ce&displaylang=en The VM is good for 180 days, and you have a ton of RTM software to get you started. To use the VM: 1. Download the zipped files into a directory on your local machine and unzip them; 2

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Creating a TOC with Hyperlinks Programmatically

Today’s author is Dennis Wallentin, XL-Dennis, of http://xldennis.wordpress.com/ A few weeks ago we posted a code example for creating a table of contents for your workbook. Dennis offers another approach with this code sample for creating a TOC with hyperlinks

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Visual Studio 2010 RTM! New Resources, Samples, Videos, + more

Whooo hooooo! It’s been ~2 years in the making but Visual Studio 2010 has been released ! This is my first full product cycle since I started Microsoft and oh what a ride! I’ve been watching live interviews from the Vegas launch event all day on Channel 9 . I’m really pumped about all the awesome resources that we’ve put together for you for launch and I’m looking forward to continuing to share my knowledge on how to build awesome business applications with Visual Studio 2010.

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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

Excel VBA Cells and Hyperlinks

I track some information in Excel, and one of the columns is for a link to some location (blogs, Web sites, etc.). One of the things is that I don’t want the URL to appear as it creates display issues (as shown here). I really want it to look like this: I prefer to just display the word “Link” that is marked up with the actual link.

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Excel VBA Cells and Hyperlinks

Application Compatibility and Microsoft Office Solutions (+ another installment of “Rock Thought”)

When I was a consultant my customers ranged from small companies to big Fortune 100 enterprises.

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