A New Center for Excel Developer on MSDN

I thought that I should notify readers of my blog that Microsoft recently has launched a new Excel Developer Center on MSDN.

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A New Center for Excel Developer on MSDN

Using SharePoint Business Connectivity Services to Expose Line of Business Data: Tyson Developer’s Conference

I wanted to thank everyone who came out to my presentation. Here is a link to the slide deck:

Using SharePoint Business Connectivity Services to Expose Line of Business Data

SharePoint Online: An Overview for Developers

Learn about the developer features that are coming to SharePoint Online, strategies and patterns for successfully developing on SharePoint Online, and links to additional resources for developers to deepen their knowledge of these extensibility features.

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SharePoint Online: An Overview for Developers

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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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

MSDN Radio: SharePoint 2010 for Developers

When Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is released, it will offer new tools that make customizing and extending your applications much easier.

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MSDN Radio: SharePoint 2010 for Developers

Preparing your Existing Solutions to Run on Outlook 2010

This post is about issues you might want to be aware of if you plan to update your existing Microsoft Outlook solutions to run on Outlook 2010. This information is also available in the Outlook 2010 Developer Reference which you can download at Office 2010: Developer References .

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Preparing your Existing Solutions to Run on Outlook 2010

New Learning Resources on the VSTO Developer Center

Last week we revamped the Learn pages on the VSTO Developer Center with more content that allows you to pivot on more fine-grained topics and tasks under each type of Office solution. We’ve changed the layout of these pages so that you can browse for a type of solution (right now we have Excel , Word , Outlook and Deployment ) and then you can drill down into the specific topics to reveal articles and videos underneath. As you select a topic on the left, the content changes on the right so check it out

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New Learning Resources on the VSTO Developer Center

VBA in Office 2010 Articles Live!

We have published some new content about VBA in Office 2010: Getting Started with VBA in Office 2010 Getting Started with VBA in Excel 2010 Getting Started with VBA in Outlook 2010 Getting Started with VBA in PowerPoint 2010 We have an additional article, “Getting Started with VBA in Word 2010” that will be following closely on the heels of these four. Announcing this content is a logical follow-on to the message I delivered a little while ago ( Why VBA Still Makes Sense ).

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VBA in Office 2010 Articles Live!

Office 2010 Developer at SPC & “What’s the end-user value?”

Whew! What a week at the SharePoint Conference! Let me re-cap some highlights for you and talk for a moment about ” Real User Value “. On Monday, I delivered a session called “What’s New in Office 2010 for Developers”

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Office 2010 Developer at SPC & “What’s the end-user value?”