Office 2003 Primary Interop Assemblies Article

Everything you wanted to know about the Office 2003 Primary Interop Assemblies (ignore if you aren’t writing a managed code for Office). “Learn how to get and install the Office 2003 primary interop assemblies (PIAs), and how to reference and troubleshoot them.” Of course it won’t address the issues Josh raised.

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Programming for Outlook using managed code is better with a Shim

Ok, recently I posted an article titled: Programming for Outlook using managed code is hard. This article summarized and documented some of the pain that I experienced in writing my Outlook2OneNote Add-in. All this time I was aware that there was another route I could take, one that Dan Crevier did a great job explaining in…

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Programming for Outlook using managed code is hard

Background Programming for Outlook using managed code is hard. I take that back. Programming for Outlook is relatively easy if you can figure out where to stick your code. Working out the problems you’ll encounter is hard (and I’m still working on them). I’ll try and give you some best practices. There will actually be…

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