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The Pitfalls of MsCoree.dll

The Visual Studio setup project created when you create a COM add-in using the Shared Add-In Wizard provides a setup package that you can use to deploy your COM add-in to your customers' machines. At first glance, the setup created by Visual Studio appears to cover all the deployment requirements for COM add-ins, but alas life is not quite that easy. A deployed COM add-in written in managed code really needs to be "shimmed." To understand what a shim is and why it is needed, we have to dig into how a COM add-in written in managed code is actually loaded into an Office application.


Part One. An Introduction to VSTO

An Introduction to Office Programming

Introduction to Office Solutions

Part Two. Office Programming in .NET

Programming Excel

Working with Excel Events

Working with Excel Objects

Programming Word

Working with Word Events

Working with Word Objects

Programming Outlook

Working with Outlook Events

Working with Outlook Objects

Introduction to InfoPath

Part Three. Office Programming in VSTO

The VSTO Programming Model

Using Windows Forms in VSTO

Working with Actions Pane

Working with Smart Tags in VSTO

VSTO Data Programming

Server Data Scenarios

.NET Code Security

Deployment

Part Four. Advanced Office Programming

Working with XML in Excel

Working with XML in Word

Developing COM Add-Ins for Word and Excel

Creating Outlook Add-Ins with VSTO

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Visual Studio Tools for Office(c) Using C# with Excel, Word, Outlook, and InfoPath
Visual Studio Tools for Office(c) Using C# with Excel, Word, Outlook, and InfoPath
ISBN: 321334884
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Pages: 214
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