The following topics demonstrate how you can set security policy to allow your solution to run, and how you can deploy your Office solution.
Provides information about how you can grant trust to the solution by using a certificate.
Explains how to configure the ClickOnce trust prompt to control whether end users are given the option of installing Office solutions.
Provides information about how to use the Publish Wizard or the Publish page of the Project Designer to publish Office solutions.
Describes the steps for deploying to a SharePoint server.
Provides steps for installing Office solutions by running the Setup program that is generated during the publishing process; opening the deployment manifest file; or opening a customized document or workbook.
Describes how you can create a Setup program that checks for prerequisites before it installs the solution components.
Describes how to configure the MIME type on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) for the deployment manifest.
Provides information about how to update an Office solution by using the Publish Wizard.
Provides information about how to change the installation path of an Office solution.
Lists step-by-step guides that provide an introduction to Office solutions in Visual Studio and help to illustrate how you can create applications that take advantage of Word.
Lists step-by-step guides that provide an introduction to Office solutions in Visual Studio and help to illustrate how you can create applications that take advantage of Excel.
Lists step-by-step guides that illustrate how to work with data in your solutions.
Provides links to information about setup, project templates, Office primary interop assemblies, and what's new in Office development.
Lists frequently asked questions about programming with Office solutions in Visual Studio, and provides links to topics that can help solve common problems.
Provides links to information about creating Word and Excel solutions and the role of assemblies in your solution.