Office 2010 Sample: Open XML SDK 2.0 Code Snippets for Visual Studio 2010

Download this package to install the Open XML SDK 2.0 code snippets for use with Visual Studio 2010.

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Office 2010 Sample: Open XML SDK 2.0 Code Snippets for Visual Studio 2010

BCS Artifact Generator

Chances are you’ve already read Brad Stevenson’s post Types of Solutions and you’re interested in building a BCS solution.

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BCS Artifact Generator

BCS Solutions in Outlook

If you’ve read Brad Stevenson’s post Types of Solutions then you’re already familiar with the three types of BCS solutions: Simple Out-Of-Box Solutions Intermediate Declarative Solutions Advanced Code-Based Solutions This post will discuss the different types of BCS solutions possible in Outlook 2010. Simple solutions can be created using out-of-box capabilities, by simply clicking the “Connect to Outlook” button in the ribbon of a SharePoint External List

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BCS Solutions in Outlook

Channel 9 Interview: SharePoint Feature and Package Designers in Visual Studio 2010

In this interview I sit down with Lily Ma, a Program Manager on the Visual Studio Team building tools for SharePoint development. Lily shows off the new SharePoint feature and package designers in Visual Studio 2010 and how they make packaging up and deploying your SharePoint customizations easy. As she dives deeper into the tools, she also demonstrates the flexibility and control you have in specifying what features go in what packages across projects in your solution as well as how to modify the manifests to meet a variety of developer needs.

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Short Overview of SharePoint Features in Visual Studio 2010

As you probably know, Visual Studio 2010 was announced last week and it contains a lot of great features and project templates for SharePoint developers. Below is a short overview for some of the SharePoint development related features and project templates

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Short Overview of SharePoint Features in Visual Studio 2010

SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Hands On Labs (HOLs)

Whether or not you were one of the lucky ones to attend the sold out SPC ‘09 conference in Las Vegas last week you should download and review the 10 developer Hands On Labs (HOL’s) in anticipation to the public beta of SharePoint Server 2010 due out in November 2009.

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SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Hands On Labs (HOLs)

Open XML SDK 2.0 April CTP Live & Silverlight DeepZoom Class Architecture Diagrams

For all of those fans of Open XML and followers of updates done to the Open XML Format SDK 2.0, one more happy day has arrived.

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Open XML SDK 2.0 April CTP Live & Silverlight DeepZoom Class Architecture Diagrams

Announcing the Release of the Open XML SDK Version 2 April 2009 CTP

I’m really happy to announce the release of the second CTP for version 2 of the Open XML SDK ! Back in October 2008 I showed you guys an architecture diagram of the Open XML SDK. Let’s take another look at this diagram: In version 1 of the Open XML SDK we released the Open XML Packaging API, which allows you to create, open and manipulate Open XML files at the package and part level. In the first CTP of version 2 we released the Open XML Low Level DOM and Stream Reading/Writing components, which allow you to create and manipulate objects within xml parts contained in an Open XML package.

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Announcing the Release of the Open XML SDK Version 2 April 2009 CTP

Saving Money in IT: Maximizing Value is Key (+ review of new U2 album)

In a recent post to a blog, a writer, Guy Creese , writes that the key to saving money in IT is ‘granularity’. In short- he suggests that the IT cost-saving key is to figure out what the basic use experiences are for people and match them to the cheapest software that suits those needs

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Removing Comments from a Wordprocessing Document Programmatically

One of the more common scenarios related to a Wordprocessing document is the need to sanitize a document in order to remove personally identifiable information. What do I mean by personally identifiable information? Well, I am talking about, among other things, comments, revisions, personal information such as author name, and hidden text

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Removing Comments from a Wordprocessing Document Programmatically