New Features of Interest to Developers in Visio 2010

If you’re a Visio solution developer, you’ll find several new features in the Visio 2010 Beta to interest you and to enhance your ability to create great Visio solutions. Among these features are the following:   ·         The ribbon component of the Office Fluent user interface—“the ribbon,” for short, which gives Visio a new user…

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Preparing your Existing Solutions to Run on Outlook 2010

This post is about issues you might want to be aware of if you plan to update your existing Microsoft Outlook solutions to run on Outlook 2010. This information is also available in the Outlook 2010 Developer Reference which you can download at Office 2010: Developer References. However, because currently, the content of the Developer…

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Developing Outlook 2010 Solutions for 32-bit and 64-bit Systems

This post captures and summarizes information about developing an Outlook solution for customers who run 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Outlook 2010. Since developing Outlook solutions is a very broad subject, the article gathers information from various sources, and points to some of these locations for further details. Bitness Compatibility Between Windows and Office 2010 Let’s first…

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Want More Office2010 Developer Content?

Erika Ehrli Cabral has great post about all of the new content we’ve published to help you get started with Office 2010 development. She also has links to the downloads so you can get the Beta! http://blogs.msdn.com/erikaehrli/archive/2009/11/18/getting-started-with-office-2010-development.aspx  


Accessing Outlook Developer Help During the Office 2010 Beta Period

The help model in Microsoft Office 2010 for Office client applications such as Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word has remained the same as in Office 2007: when you click F1, you can choose to access help that is installed on your computer, or help available on the Office Web site. During the Office 2010 Beta…

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Developer Help Updates for Office 2010 Beta

In the intervening time between when we had to hand-off the Developer References to go into the Office 2010 Beta several weeks ago and now, the Office Developer Documentation team has been extremely busy adding new content about the new features. We have added hundreds of new topics to the references! This post describes to…


Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference Refreshed on MSDN

The Microsoft Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference has been updated on MSDN! The updated documentation is also available as a download. This release includes documentation for the binary stream structure for the PidLidPropertyDefinitionStream property. This property specifies definitions of all custom fields and data-binding settings for built-in fields of an Outlook item. There is now a code sample in…

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New features in Outlook 2010!

On July 13, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Office 2010 reached the Technical Preview engineering milestone. Even though the Office 2010 Technical Preview bits and most of the documentation are available to only participants of the Technical Preview program, we’re excited to be able to start blogging about new features and documentation. The Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference (Technical Preview) is…

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New code samples in the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference!

MVP Helmut Obertanner contributed two new code samples recently in May: How to: Import Appointment XML Data into Outlook Appointment Objects How to: Obtain and Log On to an Instance of Outlook   These code samples are presented in managed code (C# and Visual Basic). They are particularly interesting because they demonstrate the use of the .NET…

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MVP Helmut Obertanner contributes code samples to the Outlook Developer Reference!

I am happy to announce that MVP Helmut Obertanner became the first MVP who contributed code samples to the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference on Office Online! The two code samples that Helmut contributed are about the Account object, published in a new topic “How to: Send an E-mail Given the SMTP Address of an Account” and in the…

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