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ePub Microsoft® .NET Development for Microsoft Office (Developer Reference) download
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Andrew Whitechapel
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978-0735621329
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0735621322
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Microsoft Press; 1 edition (December 11, 2004)
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Create Microsoft Office-based applications that work seamlessly in the Microsoft. NET environment-with this essential reference from Microsoft developer Andrew Whitechapel

Create Microsoft Office-based applications that work seamlessly in the Microsoft. NET environment-with this essential reference from Microsoft developer Andrew Whitechapel. The author provides expert advice on the various approaches you can use to build managed solutions with Office.

He has written several books, including the Microsoft Press books Microsoft . NET Development with Microsoft Office and Inside C (for which he was a co-author), as well as numerous articles for MSDN Magazine and other publications. Series: Developer Reference. Apparently it's not. But with that said, this is the most comprehensive book I've found on Windows Phone 7 development.

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Create Microsoft Office-based applications that work seamlessly in the Microsoft. The author provides expert advice on the various approaches you can use to build managed solutions with Office, and gives practical guidance on the most viable techniques for technical and business Create Microsoft Office-based applications that work seamlessly in the Microsoft. The author provides expert advice on the various approaches you can use to build managed solutions with Office, and gives practical guidance on the most viable techniques for technical and business scenarios. You'll begin building custom.

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Packed with information that Microsofts own Product Support Services team has relied on its the vital reference that no Office o. ET developer should be without.

Author Name: Andrew WhitechapelTitle: Microsoft. This must-have reference delivers unique, essential insights for Office and. NET developers alike. Net Development for Microsoft OfficeBinding: PaperbackBook Condition: Brand NewPublisher: Microsoft Press 11/10/2004 0:00:00ISBN Number: 0735621322, 9780735621329Seller ID: 0735621322 Learn real-world strategies and coding techniques for creating Microsoft Officebased applications that work seamlessly in the Microsoft.

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Create Microsoft Office-based applications that work seamlessly in the Microsoft .NET environment—with this essential reference from Microsoft developer Andrew Whitechapel. The author provides expert advice on the various approaches you can use to build managed solutions with Office, and gives practical guidance on the most viable techniques for technical and business scenarios. You’ll begin building custom .NET-based applications with detailed, practical exercises that take you through solutions from beginning to end. Andrew shares tactics, strategies, and best practices—plus full sample code—to help you maximize your development efforts. Packed with the same information used by Microsoft’s Product Support Services team, this book is the one reference that every Office and .NET developer should have.

Discover how to:

Develop powerful .NET solutions for Office with managed interop assemblies Integrate managed code with Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Create custom commands and functionality with managed COM and Automation add-ins Build custom Office features with external data using Web services, .NET remoting, and research services Use Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office to create document-centric solutions for Microsoft Excel and Word Use digital signatures, strong-naming and .NET Code Access Security Control Office applications using Platform Invoke, Reflection, drag-and-drop, and the IAccessible interface Develop managed Smart Tags and managed Smart Document solutions

Covers Microsoft Office 97, Office 2000, Office XP, and Microsoft Office System 2003 Editions

  • Anybody who does Office development knows that it's not pretty - there are many technologies involved, and it takes time and efforts to make everything work together. This book is a first attempt to present an overview of .NET Office development, and it will save you hours and hours of putting pieces together by searching MSDN and newsgroups. I wish this book was written years ago.

  • 5 stars considering the first reviewer only gave it 1. Andrew's book is great, it provides complete coverage of all of the different techniques to work with Office and .NET.

    All of the examples that I tried worked fine; granted I didn't do every single one.

    As for "real programming" examples... I don't know what you mean. Usually it's hard for an author to know what everyone needs, but I think Andrew's examples were good.

    Thanks for putting all of this information together in one place. Yes, I'm sure most of it can be found on MSDN or Google, but if $50 saves me a day or two of searching the I'll take it.

    John

  • I know a lot about programming -- and I am also keenly aware that there is even more that I don't know. I have developed in MS Access, Word and Excel for the last five years on all versions since 97. I have been teaching myself Visual Studio .NET and am currently attending a Java programming class.

    I was very disappointed in my purchase. I was looking forward to learning how to use the office developer tools in Visual Studio .NET. Unfortunately, this book is targeted at those that have already mastered Visual Studio.NET as opposed to those who know VBA and Office development and want to migrate to .NET.

    My evidence:
    1) The coding language selected by the author was C#. This choice, for good or ill, has the net effect of excluding VBA developers because of the vast difference in syntax. If you know C++ or Java you can make it through the examples, but these languages are not what VBA developers tend to know. In other words, this book doesn't allow VBA developers to leverage their existing knowledge.
    2) The book starts by discussing Interops and Assemblies. Again, for good or ill, one should probably be familiar with these concepts before delving into the code examples. Additionally, you MUST have more than a passing knowledge of threading to make full use of this book.
    3) A review of the index yields not a single topic regarding object oriented programming (OOP) concepts for those new to OOP making it much more of an advanced specialty book than a more broad reference and learning tool.

    The author clearly knows what he is taking about. Unfortuantely, those most in need of learning office tools in .NET will not be in a position to take advantage of his knowledge.

  • I looked for an introduction to the basics of Office automation and bought this book. Every example code I tried was incorrect and the examples are just all trivial. Samples from the MSDN was just as good as this book.

    If you only need a rough overview what technologies are out there, this book is OK. But for any real programming it is not very useful.