What This Book Does Not Do

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This book does not rehash the theory behind programming practices, nor does it give you an example of the use of every method, property, and constant in the extensibility model. There are currently 500 topics that appear in the Search Result window of the MSDN help file if you search on the word "extensibility". The book does not teach you how to use every one of the methods; nor does MSDN, for that matter. The extensibility model exposes many objects that you probably won't need in writing many practical, timesaving add-ins.

Most important, this book is not an introduction to Visual Studio .NET. This book assumes that you are already developing programs in Visual Studio .NET, and therefore it does not attempt to explain the basics of Visual Studio .NET. Addins are not meant for beginning programmers, in any version of Visual Basic, and that is especially true of writing add-ins for Visual Studio .NET. If you are not already programming in .NET, I strongly suggest that you get a good introductory book on the subject and spend a good amount of time working with basic Visual Studio .NET programming before you tackle add-ins.

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Writing Add-Ins for Visual Studio  .NET
Writing Add-Ins for Visual Studio .NET
ISBN: 1590590260
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 172
Authors: Les Smith

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