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Architecture of Visual Studio Tools for Office Solutions

The topics in this section provide background information on how Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System projects work.

In This Section

Office Solutions Architecture Overview

Describes generally how Visual Studio Tools for Office solutions work, and how they are perceived differently by the developer and the end user.

Custom Document Properties Overview

Explains how the custom document properties work in Visual Studio Tools for Office documents, and how they differ from the first version.

Data Model Overview

Describes how data and view are separated in Visual Studio Tools for Office solutions, and provides an overview on server documents and data caching.

Runtime Storage Control Overview

Provides information on the ActiveX control that Visual Studio Tools for Office embeds in solution documents.

Related Sections

Office Solutions Development Overview

Provides an introduction to using Microsoft Office 2003 as a platform for developing business solutions.

Getting Started (Visual Studio Tools for Office)

Provides links to information on installing Visual Studio Tools for Office, how to begin creating solutions, and what has changed since the earlier version.

Creating Office Solutions in Visual Studio

Provides links to information on creating Word and Excel solutions and the role of assemblies in your solution.

General Reference (Visual Studio Tools for Office)

Provides links to detailed information on the Visual Studio Tools for Office class libraries, user interface, manifests, and other objects.

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