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A custom task pane for Microsoft Word 2007 with VSTO and Visual Basic 2008, which enables Text-to-Speech onto Word documents. Open your Word 2007 documents and listen your pc reading!
A custom task pane for Microsoft Word 2007 with VSTO and Visual Basic 2008, which enables Text-to-Speech onto Word documents. Open your Word 2007 documents and listen your pc reading!
Popular tags: VSTO, Office 2007, Visual Basic
Downloads: 86 | Started: May 28 2008  | Contributors: 1
You can develop a Visual Studio Tools for the Office system 3.0 solution for the 2007 Microsoft Office System, and deploy the solution by using a Visual Studio 2008 Setup project to create a Window...
You can develop a Visual Studio Tools for the Office system 3.0 solution for the 2007 Microsoft Office System, and deploy the solution by using a Visual Studio 2008 Setup project to create a Windows Installer package. You must still use ClickOnce to secure your solution, but you can use the MSI to distribute your files to end user computers. The default publishing option in Visual Studio Tools for Office is ClickOnce. You can use ClickOnce to create and install self-updating applications with minimal user interaction. However, ClickOnce is not capable of deploying additional components such as Visio stencils or additional registry keys. Instead, you can use Windows Installer to deploy a Visual Studio Tools for Office customization. Windows Installer allows you to configure the deployment in great detail, but this does require more effort to configure correctly. You lose the simple ease of deploying using ClickOnce technology and advantages such as automated updates, but you receive benefits such as branding and configurability. You can also combine these two technologies by having your Windows Installer setup file call into the ClickOnce installation tool provided with Visual Studio Tools for Office. The code samples are written in Visual Basic and C#. The folowing list of projects and samples describes how you can integrate these into your solution to deploy with a Windows Installer file. Projects - you can add these custom actions to your setup project. 1. Component Check 2. ClickOnceCustomActions - install into the ClickOnce cache 3. DocumentManifestCustomActions - update the document custom properties to point to the assembly 4. InclusionListCustomActions - add an entry to pre-trust your solution Samples 1. Basic installer - Hello World add-in 2. Additional components - #1 + helper library 3. Inclusion list 4. Change Manifest 5. ClickOnce cache
Downloads: 81 | Started: Mar 27 2008  | Contributors: 1
This kit is meant for developers who are interested in integrating SAP with Office. The OBA Sample Application Kit for SAP includes an installation doc, whitepaper, and source code to help you get ...
This kit is meant for developers who are interested in integrating SAP with Office. The OBA Sample Application Kit for SAP includes an installation doc, whitepaper, and source code to help you get up and running with your integration efforts. Specifically, the kit shows you how to integrate SAP (for read/write from and to the SAP system) with Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007. Some example technologies demonstrated within the kit are Visual Studio 2008/Visual Studio Tools for Office 3.0, MOSS Business Data Catalog (BDC), Web services.
Downloads: 48 | Started: Feb 29 2008  | Contributors: 1
Version 2.0
Feb 29 2008
This sample code provides the technical information and files necessary to develop an external Open XML file converter that is able to import and export content between Microsoft Office Word, Micro...
This sample code provides the technical information and files necessary to develop an external Open XML file converter that is able to import and export content between Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, or Microsoft Office PowerPoint for Microsoft Windows and external files. This sample code functions with Office 2007 SP2 and future releases. Microsoft does not offer this sample code as part of our product line. Microsoft will not provide technical or any other type of support for this sample code.
Popular tags: Open XML, PowerPoint, Office 2007, EXCEL, Converter, Word
Downloads: 48 | Started: Dec 4 2008  | Contributors: 2
Custom Ribbon (French) for Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Custom Ribbon (French) for Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Popular tags: Office 2007, Office, Office Ribbon, VSTO
Downloads: 17 | Started: Feb 15 2008  | Contributors: 1
Out Loud for Outlook is a VSTO add-in for Outlook that uses text to speech and speech recognition to allow you to keep on top of your e-mail without interupting your work.
Out Loud for Outlook is a VSTO add-in for Outlook that uses text to speech and speech recognition to allow you to keep on top of your e-mail without interupting your work.
Downloads: 13 | Started: Feb 1 2008  | Contributors: 1
Out Loud For Outlook
Jan 31 2008
The resources in this area include code samples associated with technical articles on MSDN produced by the Microsoft Office Developer Documentation team for the Office 2007. The articles can be fou...
The resources in this area include code samples associated with technical articles on MSDN produced by the Microsoft Office Developer Documentation team for the Office 2007. The articles can be found on the Office Developer Center [url:http://msdn.microsoft.com/office] on MSDN.
Downloads: 6 | Started: Feb 15 2008  | Contributors: 4
One of the limitations (IMHO) in Office Ribbon is - you can't switch the tabs programmatically and you can't "click" the ribbon buttons programmatically. Yes. Sometimes "clicking" office buttons be...
One of the limitations (IMHO) in Office Ribbon is - you can't switch the tabs programmatically and you can't "click" the ribbon buttons programmatically. Yes. Sometimes "clicking" office buttons becomes a requirement (i.e. cmdbarbutton.execute won't help), like in cases when you want to execute the "already repurposed" button. If you "execute" the button, it will call the default functionality, not the ""repurposed" functionality. Here are the details and the story behind this sample :) Few days back I had an interesting case where one of our customers wanted to switch the ribbon programmatically, from the surface it looks easy ... but unfortunately currently there is no programmatic way to do it. So, I started digging for a prospective workaround ... OM doesn't give us anything Can't simply use win32 APIs as ribbon tab is not a "window" The first piece of the "gyan" that I can use active accessibility for this issue was from http://blogs.msdn.com/oldnewthing/archive/2006/08/16/702526.aspx After looking at it I Started playing with "Active Accessibility" APIs. After some more trial and error it was clear that I'll need to use a combination of Win32 APIs and "Active Accessibility" APIs. Built a sample library which basically does the following:- Based on inputs it will try to find the window of a specific office program (excel, word, powerpoint, etc) Then it will get the ribbon object [EnumWindows] Then we’ll get the IAccessibile object for the ribbon object We’ll recurse through the IAccessibility tree and find the control that you specify We’ll execute its default action (in case of ribbon tabs the default action is switch, for buttons it’s click and for the dropdowns it’s drop) Due to the characters limitations of this page visit my blog http://blogs.msdn.com/pranavwagh/archive/2008/01/21/how-to-switch-ribbon-tab-programmatically-looks-simple.aspx for the more details
Downloads: 5 | Started: Jan 31 2008  | Contributors: 1
Site Source is a Word 2007 add-in that displays a custom ribbon and a custom task pane that allow the user to connect to a Windows SharePoint Services list directly from the Word client and insert ...
Site Source is a Word 2007 add-in that displays a custom ribbon and a custom task pane that allow the user to connect to a Windows SharePoint Services list directly from the Word client and insert data from the list without using the clipboard.
Popular tags: WSS, VSTO, Office 2007, OBA, Credentials Manager, LINQ, LINQ to XML
Downloads: 3 | Started: Mar 24 2008  | Contributors: 1
This project provides code samples for all Microsoft Office system 2007 Visual How To articles published to the MSDN Technical library (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd439475.aspx). Each ...
This project provides code samples for all Microsoft Office system 2007 Visual How To articles published to the MSDN Technical library (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd439475.aspx). Each visual how-to article provides a code sample. These code samples are available for download here. For more information about Office-related how-to content, visit the Office Developer Center How-To Center: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/office/bb266408.aspx.
Popular tags: Excel 2007, Office 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Open XML, Samples
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 11 2009  | Contributors: 1
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