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Application-Level Samples

Visual Studio 2008

Updated: July 2008

This section contains sample applications that demonstrate how to use Visual Studio Tools for Office to create application-level add-ins that take advantage of features available in Microsoft Office applications. The code in each sample illustrates the syntax and structure of the underlying technology. Sample abstracts contain instructions for running each sample.

The sample code is intended for instructional purposes, and should not be used in deployed solutions without modifications. In particular, security must be taken into more consideration.

For information about how to secure applications, see the following help topics:

Excel Add-In Dynamic Controls Sample

Demonstrates how to add and remove Windows Forms controls and host controls at run time by using an application-level add-in for Excel.

Outlook Form Region RSS Reader Sample

Demonstrates how to use Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 form regions to display the full content of articles from an RSS feed.

Runtime Services Sample

Demonstrates how to create a Ribbon customization and a custom task pane for Microsoft Office Excel 2007 by implementing extensibility interfaces in an add-in.

Task Pane Demo Sample

Demonstrates how to create a simple custom task pane for Microsoft Office Word 2007.

UI Manager Sample

Demonstrates how to create a Ribbon customization, a custom task pane, and a custom form region for Outlook 2007 by implementing extensibility interfaces in an add-in. Each instance of the Ribbon, task pane, and form region can correctly communicate with each other.

Word Add-In Dynamic Controls Sample

Demonstrates how to add and remove Windows Forms controls and host controls at run time by using an application-level add-in for Word.

Document-Level Samples

Provides links to sample applications that show how to add functionality to Word documents and Excel workbooks by using document-level customizations.

Common Tasks in Office Programming

Lists frequently asked questions about how to program with Visual Studio Tools for Office, and provides links to topics that can help solve common problems.

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July 2008

Added entries for new samples.

SP1 feature change.

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