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How to: Target the Office Multilingual User Interface  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The Multilingual User Interface (MUI) is a Microsoft Office feature that gives the end user the ability to change the language of the user interface (UI). For example, an end user working with an English UI can change the language of the UI to Spanish....

How to: Create and Modify Custom Document Properties  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The Microsoft Office applications listed above provide built-in properties that are stored with documents. In addition, you can create and modify custom document properties if there is additional information you want to store with the document.

Use the CustomDocumentProperties property of a document to work with custom properties. For example, in a document-level project for Microsoft Office Excel, use the CustomDocumentProperties property of the ThisWorkbook class. In an application-leve...

How to: Attach Managed Code Extensions to Documents (2003 System)     
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You can attach a Visual Studio Tools for Office solution assembly to an existing Microsoft Office Word 2003 document or Microsoft Office Excel 2003 workbook. The document or workbook can be in any file format that is supported by Visual Studio Tools for Office. For more information, see Architecture of Document-Level Customizations.

If you attach a solution assembly to a document that does not yet have Visual Studio Tools for Office customizations, the Visual Studio Tools for Office runti...

How to: Implement Hierarchical Update in Existing Visual Studio Projects  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In Visual Studio 2008, typed datasets are enhanced by a new TableAdapterManager component. TableAdapterManager reduces the code that is required for saving data in multiple related tables from several routines with many lines of code to a single method call: TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll(TypedDataset). By default, hierarchical update is enabled for all new datasets that are added to or created in a project. Existing datasets (datasets created in earlier versions of Visual Studio) do not contain ...

INFO: Native Versus COM-Callable .NET Controls in Internet Explorer     
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Instances of the .NET UserControl class -- .NET classes that are subclasses of the System.Windows.Forms.UserControl class -- can be hosted in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01-and-later in two different ways: directly through the .NET Runtime, or indirectly, as COM interop objects. Which approach you take depends on the needs of your application....

Error Highlighting and Quick Fixes     
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ReSharper is undoubtedly the most intelligent add-in to Visual Studio .NET 2003 and 2005. It comes equipped with a rich set of features that greatly increase the productivity of C# and ASP.NET developers. With ReSharper you get intelligent coding assistance, on-the-fly error highlighting and quick error correction,...

How to capture shortcut keys in Visual Studio .NET     
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This article describes how to capture keyboard events in the Form object by using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. The sample function demonstrates how to confirm that a user has entered a keyboard shortcut. This article assumes that you are familiar with the following topics: Microsoft .NET events Microsoft .NET forms Microsoft .NET controls The following examples show how to use Visual Studio .NET to confirm that the ALT key and the F key are pressed at the same time. This example also switches ...

How to identify a Nullable     
Total Hits: 391  |  Today: 0Author: Dinesh.Kulkarni      Rating:  
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We could debate the issues with writing code that uses a "marker" interface but here I want to just provide a solution for deciding if a type is Nullable....

HOWTO: Gain Access to Favorites from Within Visual Studio .NET IDE     
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By default, the Favorites window is not visible in the Visual Studio .NET integrated development environment (IDE)....

HOWTO: Create or Open a Visual Studio .NET Project in the Root Web     
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Visual Studio .NET provides a new way to create and open a project that is located in the root Web. This article describes this new procedure. As in Microsoft Visual InterDev 6.0, it is convenient to create and open a project in the root Web when you are working with Web applications that serve as the root of a Web server. The pages for the application are stored in the root Web and in the subdirectories of the root Web, but they are not stored in subWebs....

HOW TO: Use Launch Conditions in Visual Studio .NET (Q307374)     
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You can establish launch conditions in your setup solution that terminate the installation and display a message if certain conditions exist. This article describes the kinds of launch conditions that you can specify and provides an example of how to set up a launch condition....

HOW TO: Create a Network Installation Point for Visual Studio .NET Setup (Q307372)     
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You can place an installation image of Visual Studio .NET on a local area network (LAN) hard drive to provide better control to those users with permission to install the product, which can reduce the time that is required to install, and can reduce the occurence of any problems associated with the handling of CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs....

HOW TO: Use the Visual Studio .NET Server Explorer (Q316649)     
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This article explains how to use the Server Explorer in Visual Studio .NET....

HOW TO: Create, Use, and Manage Macros in Visual Studio .NET (Q317347)     
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This article demonstrates how to create a new macro project in Visual Basic .NET, and then record a simple macro that inserts a TODO token into the code and subsequently opens the Task List window to view the TODO task. It also shows you how to map the macro to a keyboard shortcut....

HOW TO: Create, Edit, and Execute Stored Procedures in Visual InterDev (Q301072)      
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This article shows how to create, edit, and execute stored procedures in SQL Server by using Visual InterDev 6.0....

HOW TO: Populate a DataSet Object from a Database by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q301216)     
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DataSet objects, a key part of data access in the Microsoft .NET Framework, are in-memory objects that can hold tables, views, and relationships. This article shows how to fill a DataSet object with the results of one or more database queries, and how to access that data after it is loaded into the DataSet object....

HOWTO: Repair IIS Mapping After Removing and Reinstalling IIS (Q306005)     
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After you install the .NET Framework SDK or Visual Studio .NET, Internet Information Server (IIS) mappings are created to associate new file extensions and settings for ASP.NET. If you did not have IIS installed when you ran the SDK or Visual Studio Setup, or you uninstalled and reinstalled IIS after you ran the SDK or Visual Studio Setup, those settings will not be in place and you will experience unexpected behavior when you attempt to view ASP.NET pages....

Q301102 - HOW TO: Make a GET Request     
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The Microsoft .NET Framework includes many useful classes for networking, including the ability to make Web requests. This article demonstrates how to make a simple GET request to retrieve a Web page from the Internet...

Q300951 - HOW TO: Create a Remote Server     
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This article illustrates how to create a simple, remote server that another application can access. The application that accesses this server can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network. The remote server is broken into two parts: the server object and the server application....

Q300943 - HOW TO: Create Client Access to Remote Server     
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This step-by-step procedure demonstrates how to create a client that accesses a remote server. This client can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network....



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