Pulling RSS data into Excel (or: Using Excel to Search Craigslist) – Part 2

This blog post is brought to you by Dan Battagin a Lead Program Manager on the Excel team. You’ll remember last time that we’d built a spreadsheet that searched Craigslist via the RSS feed that’s available for search results, and pulled the information into Excel using the little-used XML Map feature. Today, we’ll continue on where we left off, adding the ability to search multiple sites, and adding a little progress indicator in case the search takes a long time.

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Pulling RSS data into Excel (or: Using Excel to Search Craigslist) – Part 2

Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office 2010

In this interview, Reza Chitsaz, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Visual Studio Business Applications, discusses his team’s efforts to bring professional .NET developers the ability to write managed code on the Office platform. Learn about innovative customization scenarios in Outlook, as well as the huge leap forward in the developer experience building solutions on top of SharePoint

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Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office 2010

VBA, Programmability, and Open File Format for Office 2010 with Brian Jones

Learn about the programmability enhancements in Microsoft Office 2010 from one of its creators. In this interview, Brian Jones, Group Program Manager for the Microsoft Office Solutions Framework Team, dives deep into the details

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VBA, Programmability, and Open File Format for Office 2010 with Brian Jones

Announcing Office 2008 for Mac Service Pack 2

Office 2008 for Mac Service Pack 2 is what the marketing folks call it. Engineers call it Mac Office 12.2.0 or “SP2” for short.

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Announcing Office 2008 for Mac Service Pack 2