Video: Implementing a Form Region to Display Email Headers in Outlook 2010 (Visual How To)

Watch a short video as you learn to customize the mail inspector in Outlook 2010 so that with the click of a button, Outlook can display the Internet headers of the current message.

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Video: Implementing a Form Region to Display Email Headers in Outlook 2010 (Visual How To)

Object Model Considerations for Protected View in Word 2010

I got some great questions recently about macros and Protected View in Word 2010, and thought I'd write something up to help anyone else who's looking at this issue – enjoy!   Word 2010 includes enhancements to security, one of which is the inclusion of a Protected View used when opening files from untrusted sources (e.g.

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Easily Adding SafeControls in SharePoint 2010 with Visual Studio 2010

Many SharePoint developers know that deploying your SharePoint customization to a SharePoint server often requires you to tinker the web.config of the sites where you’d like to see the customization in action. You can do these web.config modifications manually (not advisable), or automate them with the help of the SPWebConfigModification class from the Object Model. But quite often it’s not even necessary to use that class; when you deploy your customizations with the help of a Solution (.WSP file), like you should, the Solution deployment mechanism can modify the Web.Config to apply the most commonly used changes

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Easily Adding SafeControls in SharePoint 2010 with Visual Studio 2010

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

Get Started Developing on SharePoint 2010

Are you an ASP.NET developer who is ready to learn more about SharePoint 2010? Visit the Getting Started page to view screencasts and hands-on labs about working with SharePoint 2010 developer features that are familiar to ASP.NET developers, such as Web Parts and workflow.

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Get Started Developing on SharePoint 2010

ClearContext Brings Outlook 2010 Features to Outlook 2003 2007 Users

It's been a long wait, but the Office team is finally giving the public a preview of Outlook 2010 , slated for release in the first half of next year.  Check out the end of this post to read more about Outlook 2010. But why wait for 2010 when ClearContext Personal and Pro have Outlook 2003 and 2007 users covered already?  Here’s a breakdown of some of the new Outlook 2010 features and their ClearContext counterparts. Ignore Thread Unsubscribe Outlook 2010’s new Ignore Thread feature moves all messages in the current conversation to the Deleted Items folder.  Future messages are also automatically removed from the Inbox.  ClearContext’s Unsubscribe performs the same function, plus lets you review the messages later or resubscribe to a conversation.

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ClearContext Brings Outlook 2010 Features to Outlook 2003 2007 Users

Quick Tip: Filler Text

It’s super easy to put generic text into a Word document for all of your filler text needs (especially useful during demos and presentations).

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Quick Tip: Filler Text

How Do I: Highlight the Current Field in Data Entry Forms in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

Use indentation and color in the current control on a form to highlight the current control.

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How Do I: Highlight the Current Field in Data Entry Forms in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

OBA Part 2 – Building an Outlook Client against LOB Data

In the last couple posts we’ve been talking about an Office Business Application (OBA) architecture for the new Northwind Traders and how to expose line-of-business (LOB) data , in our case the Northwind SQL database, using ADO.NET Data Services . Today we’re going to talk about how to build an Outlook Add-In that pulls the order history from the database through our data service when a customer email arrives in the inbox of our sales reps.

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OBA Part 2 – Building an Outlook Client against LOB Data