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Project Management (How Do I in Visual Studio Tools for Office)

This page provides links to Help for tasks that are commonly performed in Visual Studio Tools for Office projects. 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.

How to: Create and Modify Custom Document Properties

Describes how you can create and modify custom document properties if there is additional information you would like to store with a document or workbook.

How to: Read from and Write to Document Properties

Provides an example that demonstrates how to change the Revision Number property and the Subject property, which are built-in properties provided by Microsoft Office Word and Microsoft Office Excel.

How to: Open Office Solutions without Running Code

Describes how to open a document or workbook that contains managed code extensions without running the assembly code.

Granting Trust to Office Solutions (2007 System)

Describes how to configure security settings for assemblies that support 2007 Office system solutions.

How to: Grant Permissions to Folders and Assemblies (2003 System)

Describes how to use the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration tool or the Code Access Security Policy tool (Caspol.exe) to change security settings for folders and assemblies that support Office 2003 solutions.

How to: Remove Permissions from Folders and Assemblies (2003 System)

Describes the two ways to remove trust from folders and assemblies that support Office 2003 solutions: deleting the code group that grants the permissions from the Microsoft .NET Framework security policy, and setting the properties of the code group so that it grants no permissions.

How to: Change Excel Properties Using Visual Studio Project Automation

Provides an example that renames an Excel worksheet by changing a property.

Walkthrough: Creating a New Office Project Using Visual Studio Project Automation

Demonstrates how to create a macro that uses the Visual Studio object model to automate the creation of a Visual Studio Tools for Office project.

How to: Create Visual Studio Tools for Office Projects

Describes how to use the Visual Studio Tools for Office Project Wizard to create a Visual Studio Tools for Office project.

Excel Template Project Template

Describes the Excel Template project templates available in Visual Basic and Visual C#. These are used to target new or existing Excel templates in Office 2003 or 2007 Office system solutions.

Excel Workbook Project Template

Describes the Excel Workbook project templates available in Visual Basic and Visual C#. These are used to target new or existing Excel workbooks in Office 2003 or 2007 Office system solutions s.

Word Document Project Template

Describes the Word Document project templates available in Visual Basic and Visual C#. These are used to target new or existing Word documents in Office 2003 or 2007 Office system solutions.

Word Template Project Template

Describes the Word Template project templates available in Visual Basic and Visual C#. These are used to target new or existing Word templates in Office 2003 or 2007 Office system solutions.

2003 Microsoft Office Add-in Project Templates

Describes the template projects in Visual Basic and Visual C# which provide the groundwork for application-level add-ins that target Office 2003.

2007 Microsoft Office Add-in Project Templates

Describes the template projects in Visual Basic and Visual C# which provide the groundwork for application-level add-ins that target the 2007 Office system.

SharePoint Workflow Project Templates

Describes the template projects that include the necessary project references, files, and basic code to use as a starting point for building sequential and state machine workflow templates for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

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