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Deployment (How Do I in Visual Studio Tools for Office)

This page provides links to Help about deploying and updating Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System solutions. To see other categories of key tasks covered by Visual Studio Tools for Office Help, see How Do I in Visual Studio Tools for Office.

Secure Deployment

Provides information and recommendations for securely deploying Microsoft Office 2003 solutions that use managed code extensions, including choosing a security level, granting access to the assembly, securing documents on a network, and e-mail distribution of documents.

How to: Deploy Solution Files Using the Publish Wizard

Describes how the Publish Wizard can help you deploy Office solutions to a Web site, network file share, or your local computer by automatically creating an application manifest and a deployment manifest.

How to: Deploy Office Solutions

Describes three different ways to deploy an Office solution: deploying the document and assembly on a network, deploying them locally, or deploying the assembly on a network and the document locally.

How to: Deploy Customizations Manually

Explains how you can copy all of your solution files to the deployment destination manually instead of using the Publish Wizard.

How to: Remove Managed Code Extensions from Documents

Explains how you can remove references to code from your documents by clearing the embedded application manifest, or by removing the Runtime Storage Control from the document completely, including the application manifest and any cached data.

Deploying Application-Level Add-ins

Discusses what is involved when you deploy an Outlook solution created with Visual Studio Tools for Office.

How to: Deploy Solutions for Offline Use

Explains how you can prepare for offline use of your solution, whether you deploy the assemblies locally or to a network location.

How to: Prepare End User Computers to Run Office Solutions

Describes the prerequisites for computers to which you deploy Office solutions and explains how you must configure the security policy to enable solutions to run.

Secure Deployment

Provides information and recommendations for securely deploying Office 2003 solutions that use managed code extensions, including choosing a security level, granting access to the assembly, and securing documents on a network.

How to: Grant Permissions to Documents and Workbooks in Shared Locations

Explains how you can grant permissions only to certain documents and workbooks in a certain location by using the Office Document Membership Condition, and applying the restrictions to the security policy of each end user.

How to: Update Deployed Office Documents That Use Managed Code Extensions

Demonstrates a way to provide automatic notification to end users that their current document is outdated.

How to: Update Deployed Assembly Files

Provides the steps necessary to update your assembly file and copy it to the deployment location so that the next time your users open the document or workbook, Word or Excel loads and runs the updated assembly.

How to: Change the Location of Document-Level Customizations

Describes two types of redeployment scenarios: in one, the solution has not yet been distributed to end users, and in the other, the solution is currently in use.

How to: Update Application Manifest Assembly Paths Programmatically

Shows how you can use the object model in the Visual Studio Tools for Office runtime to programmatically update the application manifest that is embedded in the solution document.

How to: Change the Path to the Deployment Manifest Programmatically

Demonstrates how you can use the object model in the Visual Studio Tools for Office runtime to programmatically update the deployment manifest that is embedded in the solution document.

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