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!

Looking for PowerPivot information?

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Looking for PowerPivot information?

It’s been just about a couple of months since PowerPivot was available for customers, and the customer feedback has surpassed our already high expectations! In case you’re just starting out, you can review the PowerPivot overview article .  If you’re like some of us that usually learn best by reading a book, your options are growing: The recently released “ Professional Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint ” is worth checking out. Written by a folks from the SQL Server team, this book gives a good overview of PowerPivot for Excel and PowerPivot for SharePoint.

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

The Kimono Is Open, The Veil Is Lifted, The Gags Are Removed… #SPC09

If you find the title of this blog familiar, it should be. Mike Fitz used it when he posted his first remarks about SharePoint 2007 back on September 14, 2005

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The Kimono Is Open, The Veil Is Lifted, The Gags Are Removed… #SPC09

New code samples in the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference!

MVP Helmut Obertanner contributed two new code samples recently in May: How to: Import Appointment XML Data into Outlook Appointment Objects How to: Obtain and Log On to an Instance of Outlook    These code samples are presented in managed code (C# and Visual Basic). They are particularly interesting because they demonstrate the use of the .NET Framework Class Library together with the Outlook Primary Interop Assembly. " How to: Import Appointment XML Data into Outlook Appointment Objects ” shows how to use the Microsoft COM implementation of the XML Document Object Model (DOM) to load and process appointment data in XML and return the data in Outlook AppointmentItem objects.

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New code samples in the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference!

Announcing MSDN Code Search Preview: Find Code Samples on MSDN

MSDN Code Search Preview to search for code samples across the MSDN Library, MSDN Code Gallery, and CodePlex. Take advantage of advanced filtering, filter by language, and more to help you find code samples.

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Visual Basic QuickStarts and How-to Topics for the Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight

I just popped a headline onto the Visual Basic Developer Center (which also appears on the VS start page for all of us that have selected the VB development settings :-)) about the release of Visual Basic QuickStarts and How-to Topics for the Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight (formerly known as ” Prism “). Cool, more things to play with! Here’s an excerpt from the download page : The Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight is designed to help you more easily build enterprise-level Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Silverlight client applications.

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Visual Basic QuickStarts and How-to Topics for the Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight

Silverlight Web Part in SharePoint

Having looked at Silverlight in Office client , I thought I’d round out the exercise by looking at Silverlight in Office server . It turns out that lots of people have looked at this before, and I relied heavily on information from several other people’s blog posts (see below), the Silverlight Blueprint for Sharepoint , and Steve Fox and Paul Stubbs’s new book

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Silverlight Web Part in SharePoint