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How to: Add an Actions Pane to Word Documents  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The Add New Item dialog box contains an actions pane control that is a user control for the actions pane; you can use an actions pane control or a user control with equal results.

For information about how to add an actions pane to a Microsoft Office Excel workbook, see How to: Add an Actions Pane to Excel Workbooks....

How to: Create New Documents  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 40  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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When you create a document programmatically, the new document is a native Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word..::.Document object. This object does not have the additional events and data binding capabilities of a Microsoft.Office.Tools.Word..::.Document host item. For more information, see Programmatic Limitations of Host Items and Host Controls.

Starting in SP1, you can use application-level add-ins to convert any Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word..::.Document object to a Microsoft.Office.Tools.W...

How to: Save Documents  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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There are several ways to save Microsoft Office Word documents. You can save a document without changing the name of the document, or you can save a document with a new name....

A Math Expression Evaluator  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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A mathematical expression evaluator can be a useful piece of code if you often write applications which rely on any kind of scripting. Graphics applications which create composite images from templates, form filling or spreadsheet software which performs configurable calculations based on user input, or data analysis applications that perform calculations on batch data from scripts are just a few that come to my mind....

Token Replacement in Office Documents     
Total Hits: 47  |  Today: 0Author: Rahul Singla      Rating:  
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A common situation is to prepare invoices, etc. from information in a database. Clients usually have extremely customized invoice formats, but the data to be filled in is basically the same. This article and its related code present a new (I have searched, but could not find anything related to this topic, so I believe it's new), innovative, and productive way of producing dynamic Office documents. I am using the word Office in this entire document as it does not relate solely to Microsoft Offic...

Tips and Tricks: Building Microsoft Office Add-ins with Visual C# .NET and Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 105  |  Today: 0Author: Robin Reynolds-Haertle      Rating:  
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This article describes several techniques useful for creating Office add-ins with Visual Studio .NET. Topics include using the Office object models, C#-specific changes when using the Office object models, and debugging. Readers with some add-in or Visual Basic for Applications experience will gain the most from this article....

Learn Regular Expression (Regex) syntax with C# and .NET     
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Regular Expressions are a powerful pattern matching language that is part of many modern programming languages. Regular Expressions allow you to apply a pattern to an input string and return a list of the matches within the text. Regular expressions also allow text to be replaced using replacement patterns. It is a very powerful version of find and replace....

Adding Custom VB.NET Project Item Template Wizards to VS.NET     
Total Hits: 162  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Sells      Rating:  
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The VB.NET Project Item Template Wizard sample used in this article is called MyWebForm. It adds a custom WebForm and Webform codebehind class, over-riding the default wizard behavior of dynamically creating a codebehind class for you. Chris’ sample was the inspiration for the VB.NET version, and it implements the same codebehind over-ride logic by leveraging the Microsoft VB.NET wizard infrastructure....

The expression evaluator revisited (Eval function in 100% managed .net)     
Total Hits: 668  |  Today: 0Author: Pascal Ganaye      Rating:  
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Most application needs to evaluate a formula at run-time. The dotnet framework unfortunately despite allowing advanced compilation support does offer a quick and light-weight eval function. This article introduce the a usable eval function. With some functionalities rarely available: Fast single pass parser Highly extensible, you can add your own variables and functions without having to change the library itself. Common priorities are supported : 2+3*5 returns 2+(3*5)=17.
boolean operation...

C# and VBA: Like Oil and Water     
Total Hits: 200  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Getz      Rating:  
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Some things just don't mix as well as you would like. Take C# and Microsoft® Excel 2003 or Word 2003, for example. Not only are these applications huge productivity tools, but they both also provide access to large object models that you can program against from your own applications. The problem is none of the documentation for the object models includes code samples for developers writing managed code, and writing Visual Basic® for Applications (VBA) code is quite unlike writing C# code....

HOW TO: Query and Display Excel Data by Using ASP.NET, ADO.NET, and Visual C# .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to display data from an Excel worksheet through an ASP.NET (.aspx) page by using Visual C# .NET....

HOW TO: Create an Excel Macro by Using Automation from Visual Basic .NET (Q303871)     
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This article demonstrates how you can automate Excel from Visual Basic .NET to create a workbook that contains a new macro associated with a CommandBar button....

HOW TO: Build an Office COM Add-in by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q302896)     
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Microsoft Office 2000 and later support a new, uniform design architecture for building application add-ins to enhance and control Office applications. These add-ins are called COM add-ins. This step-by-step article discusses Office COM add-ins and describes how to build an Office COM add-in by using Visual Basic .NET....

HOW TO: Handle Events for Excel by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q302814)     
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This step-by-step article describes how to handle Excel events from an Automation client that is developed with Visual Basic .NET....

HOW TO: Match a Pattern Using Regular Expressions and Visual Basic .NET (Q301264)     
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This article demonstrates how to create and use regular expressions to determine whether strings match certain patterns. Regular expressions allow for easy parsing and matching of strings to a specific pattern. Using the objects available in the RegularExpressions namespace, you can compare a string against a given pattern, replace a string pattern with another string, or retrieve only portions of a formatted string. In this example, we will construct a pattern to validate a e-mail address....

HOWTO: Automate Excel From Visual Basic .Net To Fill or Obtain Data In a Range Using Arrays (Q302094)     
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This article demonstrates how to automate Excel and fill a multi-cell range with an array of values. This article also illustrates how to retrieve a multi-cell range as an array by using Automation....

Pulling Stock Quotes into Microsoft Excel     
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Steve Roman, the author of O'Reilly's Writing Excel Macros, shows how to keep a spreadsheet up to date by pulling stock quotes from the Web.
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HOW TO: Use ADO.NET to Retrieve and Modify Records in an Excel Workbook With Visual Basic .NET (Q316934)      
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This article discusses how you can use ADO.NET to retrieve data from a Microsoft Excel workbook, modify data in an existing workbook, or add data to a new workbook. To access Excel workbooks with ADO.NET, you can use the Jet OLE DB provider; this article provides the information that you need so that you can use the Jet OLE DB provider when Excel is the target data source.
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HOW TO: Query and Display Excel Data by Using ASP.NET, ADO.NET and Visual Basic .NET (Q311731)     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to display data from an Excel spreadsheet through an ASP.NET (.aspx) page by using Visual Basic .NET....

HOW TO: Match a Pattern Using Regular Expressions and Visual Basic .NET (Q301264 )     
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This article demonstrates how to create and use regular expressions to determine whether strings match certain patterns. Regular expressions allow for easy parsing and matching of strings to a specific pattern. Using the objects available in the RegularExpressions namespace, you can compare a string against a given pattern, replace a string pattern with another string, or retrieve only portions of a formatted string. In this example, we will construct a pattern to validate a e-mail address....



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