Building Business Applications with SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010: Presentation from Tyson Developer’s Conference

I wanted to thank everyone who came out to my presentation. Here is a link to the slide deck as well as a link to the source code.

PowerPoint
Building Business Applications with SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010

Source Code
Nortwind Office Business Application


Video: Deleting Comments By All or Specific Authors in PowerPoint 2010 Documents by Using the Open XML SDK 2.0

Use the strongly typed classes in the Open XML SDK 2.0 to delete comments in a PowerPoint document in this visual how-to video.

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Video: Deleting Comments By All or Specific Authors in PowerPoint 2010 Documents by Using the Open XML SDK 2.0

Video: Efficiently Getting and Setting Custom Properties in a Contact Folder in Outlook 2010

Watch this visual how-to video and learn to get and set custom properties for contact items in Outlook 2010 using the GetProperties and SetProperties methods of the PropertyAccessor object.

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Video: Efficiently Getting and Setting Custom Properties in a Contact Folder in Outlook 2010

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!

Assembling Documents on SharePoint 2010 Sites by Merging Content from Excel, PowerPoint, and Word

This article describes a rich document assembly solution that takes Word 2010 documents, Excel 2010 documents, and PowerPoint 2010 documents and merges them together to form a final report in Word. It does all of this from a SharePoint 2010 Web Part.

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Assembling Documents on SharePoint 2010 Sites by Merging Content from Excel, PowerPoint, and Word

DevProConnections Article: Taking Advantage of LINQ and XML in Microsoft Office 2007

This month I have an article on DevProConnections: Taking Advantage of LINQ and XML in Microsoft Office 2007 In this article, I talk about how a lot of applications that need to take advantage of Microsoft Office can do so without going through COM. Many programs that need to process documents often require manipulation of the file formats directly and doing that through the Office component object model won’t scale very well. It also requires that Microsoft Office be installed to run

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DevProConnections Article: Taking Advantage of LINQ and XML in Microsoft Office 2007

Adding Repeating Data to PowerPoint

In a previous post, I showed you how to create a product catalog in a Word document using the Open XML SDK . I also showed you how to make PowerPoint a reporting application based on data within a database . Today, I am going to show you how to create a product catalog in a PowerPoint deck using the Open XML SDK.

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Adding Repeating Data to PowerPoint

Using Office Open XML to Customize Document Formatting in the 2007 Office System

MVP Stephanie Krieger introduces and demonstrates how to apply custom formatting not available from within the UI to a document in the 2007 Microsoft Office system by using Office Open XML.

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Using Office Open XML to Customize Document Formatting in the 2007 Office System

Creative Commons Add-In for Office Inserts Open Licenses Easily [Downloads]

Windows only: Microsoft’s Creative Commons Add-in for Office licenses your Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents with an easy drop-drop menu—so you can set the appropriate license in a couple of clicks. Once installed, the add-on is extremely easy to use—just check the new Creative Commons tab on the Ribbon if you are using Office 2007 (or the File menu for earlier versions), select New License, and then follow the wizard to specify your licensing terms—the appropriate Creative Commons license will be available on the menu to insert. We've mentioned this utility before , but it's since updated with support for Office 2007—making this worth a look for anybody publishing documents on a regular basis

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Creative Commons Add-In for Office Inserts Open Licenses Easily [Downloads]