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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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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VS 2010 productivity improvements, Part II

You could say the code editor is the most important feature of any development experience.  After all, that's what lets you create, see, and change your code.  Without a code editor, no other features matter in an IDE.  Around the editor is built the rest of the development environment. Last week , we looked at three new features in Visual Studio 2010: multi-monitor support, multi-targeting, and code navigation.  This week I'd like to spend a little time talking about improvements to the code editor in Visual Studio 2010

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Creating mashups in SharePoint 2007: Recruiting scenario

Creating mashups in SharePoint 2007: Recruiting scenario

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SharePoint 2010 Technical Preview Released Today

Waking up this Monday morning, there is tons of information on SharePoint 2010 Technical Preview from Microsoft.  More then its’ typical for pre-beta.  With the initial information that is coming out of the technical preview of SharePoint 2010, I have a strong belief that this version of SharePoint, will be its finest.  Sure there are huge improvements coming but I’m taking about getting them right.    Web-Based Office The biggest news to come out of Redmond, most certainly a direct challenge to Google Apps, Microsoft is rolling out lightweight FREE Web browser versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote.  What’s even bigger news is that Microsoft says that its browser versions have been tested on all major browsers aside from Internet Explorer, including Firefox and Safari.    SharePoint 2010 Changes What changes are coming to the sneap peak of SharePoint 2010 ?  Here is a complete list that will be updated: New User Interface including new Ribbon Web Edit Silverlight Web Part Rich Theming Multiple Browser Support Visio Services SharePoint Designer Business Connectivity Services (the evolution of the Business Data Catalog) SharePoint Workspace Rich Meda Support Streamlined Central Administration SharePoint Best Practices Analyzer Usage Reporting and Logging Large List Resource Throttling Unattached Content Database Recovery Visual Upgrade Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Tools Language Integrated (LINQ) for SharePoint Developer Dashboard Business Connectivity Services Client Object Model (OM) If you would like to see how the improved the interface, experience and approach has been with SharePoint 2010, then check out the first link below.   Additional Reading http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/ The Complete Guide To Microsoft’s Office 2010 First Take: Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview Office 2010 revealed in great detail via Microsoft videos Microsoft unveils Office Web Applications 2010, Mobile 2010  

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Create databases with MS Access, make then web apps with Zoho

Filed under: Internet , Office , Web services , web 2.0 Online office software makers Zoho have released a new plugin for Microsoft Access that lets you export an Access database to Zoho Creator and essentially turn it into a web application with little to no effort. Zoho Creator is basically a collaborative, web-based database application, while Access is strictly desktop-based. You could just create your web app/database in Zoho Creator, but if you’re either more comfortable with Access this new plugin could save a lot of time

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MVP Helmut Obertanner contributes code samples to the Outlook Developer Reference!

I am happy to announce that MVP Helmut Obertanner became the first MVP who contributed code samples to the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference on Office Online! The two code samples that Helmut contributed are about the Account object, published in a new topic " How to: Send an E-mail Given the SMTP Address of an Account " and in the Account Object topic. These code samples are in managed code (C# and Visual Basic), which will directly benefit Outlook developers who have switched to using managed code over the last few years.

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MIX 09 Roundup: 8 Sessions on Live Services Available Now

Hey – Angus Logan here, back from MIX09 in Las Vegas.

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Download for the Outlook 2007 MAPI Reference is now available!

You can now download the Outlook 2007 MAPI Reference from the Microsoft Download Center at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=4b1b8b22-3c74-4479-bd0d-7b0ee29e8d59&displaylang=en ! Since my last blog post in January, it seems like the major search engines have made some progress on their crawling. When you search for some commonly used MAPI names today, like PidTagBody and IABContainer::IMAPIContainer , the more popular search engines return them on the first page of their search results. While the search engines are still working their way through the approximately 1500 APIs in the Outlook 2007 MAPI reference, you now have a choice to download this reference, install it on your computer in Compiled HTML (CHM) format, view it at your convenience, and search in this CHM file when you are not connected to the Internet.

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A Mac user's take on the Windows 7 UI

Microsoft Office — and to a lesser extent Internet Explorer — went nuts in this direction, relying on buttons, variable menus, and right-clicking for …

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