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Replace text in header or footer of a document with VSTO

In order to replace a text in any section of the header or the footer of a word document, you can use this snippet

doc = Document Object… 25 more words


Troubleshooting Outlook Form Regions

Recently I had to debug a strange issue with an Outlook VSTO plugin where the plugin would install smoothly and load correctly but my custom calendar region was not showing as expected.   191 more words


VSTO Add a Menu Item to Outlook and Save an Email into SharePoint

Some really cool functionality that you can put together is to automate saving emails from your Outlook email application to be stored in a SharePoint document list… 1,560 more words


Office Development–How to reach the Office Extensibility Platform team

A long time ago, I answered a lot of questions in the so called Microsoft Forums assisting the community with VSTO issues. The forums still exist ( 377 more words

Office Development

Visual studio tools for office

VSTO is a framework for the development of solutions for Microsoft Office tools. By using VSTO  and what is known as managed code, developers can build Office solutions. 162 more words


Creating Your First VSTO Add-In for Outlook

I am going to show how to create Add-In using C# and show  “Hello word in Outlook” when it will load. Let us start from scratch. 163 more words


Office Development – Minimal Code in practice

Returning on my last ‘minimal code’ blog post, I promised to get back on this to see how this works in practice. One of my question marks I added to the post was that I wondered why the Yeoman boilerplate was using run instead of RequestContext where run passed a context parameter as opposed to the RequestContext where actively a context is requested before accessing the Word object model. 519 more words