Consolidated List of Word Developer Resources


*** I've updated the books below, but for most Office 2007 developer resources, see my more recent post.


I posted a copious number of resources that can help you with your Outlook development, and here is a similar post for Word. I'll maintain this, and if you can think of things I have missed, please send me your ideas:

Here's the list of Word developer resources I will maintain and keep up to date.

 


Articles with code ( or code downloads):



Articles:



Reference Documentation:



Books:



Hands-on-labs:



Code Snippets:



Tools and Utilities:



 


MVP and 3rd Party Resources



Visual Studio Tools for Office Team Blog

Newsgroups and Forums:



  • microsoft.public.word.vba.general
  • microsoft.public.word.vba.customization
  • microsoft.public.word.vba.userforms
  • microsoft.public.word.vba.beginners
  • microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
  • microsoft.public.word.vba.beginners
  • microsoft.public.office.xml
  • microsoft.public.officedev
  • microsoft.public.office.developer.vba
  • microsoft.public.office.developer.smarttags
  • microsoft.public.office.program_forms
  • microsoft.public.office.program_vba

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