Visual Studio Tools for Office 2007: How the Ribbon Helps Make Your Document a Dynamic Application
Of course, there are many more things that could be done with this code to make the data more compelling and display more statistics to the reader. But, this is out of the scope of this article because the main point was to show how VSTO 3 helps to write applications like this.
You have worked through a very interesting example of how VSTO 3 has changed the way developers will now write applications for Office 2007 to take advantage of the Ribbon Interface and create compelling applications for users of Office 2007.
About the Author
M. Rajesh works as a Technical Expert in a leading software company in Chennai, India. He has around 14 years of expertise in the Microsoft platform and has worked since the days of MS-DOS and FoxPro. He was an MVP (Microsoft Valuable Professional) in .NET, Windows Shell, and Tablet PC for the period 2002-06. Now, he focuses on the Windows Mobile Platform and is working on mission-critical operations for a leading provider in New York City. His favorite pastimes include reading blogs, learning about new technology, and he is an avid F1 fan.
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