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Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office, Version 2005 Beta 1 Sample
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/27/2005 09:26:00 PM.

This sample solution teaches how to use dynamic Microsoft .NET managed controls and dynamic views in an Excel 2003 solution using Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System, Version 2005 Beta 1. The solution is written in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET

The associated MSDN article discusses the implementation process used to create the solution. Code snippets illustrate individual components of this Sales Lead Tracking application.

Download: Visual Studio Tools for Office, Version 2005 Beta 1 Sample
Download: Visual Studio 2005 Prerelease Software
View: MSDN Article: Using Dynamic Controls and Views with Excel 2003 and Visual Studio Tools for Office, Version 2005 Beta 1




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