Making a Word 2010 application


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Making a Word 2010 application

Microsoft Word is a remarkable tool for building documents. Think about this for a minute. Word supports headers and footers, table of contents, and indexes. You can embed charts and images. It has a huge set of formatting tools, and the list just goes on and on. I've used Word automation successfully on many projects as a reporting engine, including creating hundreds of report templates for a large insurance company. Let me show you what it can do. In this demo, I'm going to create a Word 2010 document-based project.

I'm going to go to File > New > Project. I'm going to choose Office 2010 and Word Document. Then I'm going to use a copy of an existing document, which is out on our Desktop, in our Exercise Files folder, and then over here in our Assets folder. I'm going to use this Shipping Bill of Record and then click OK.

So as you can see, it's opened up the Word UI inside Visual Studio. I can see the content of my document. And over here, you can see tha...

Making a Word 2010 application
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Making a Word 2010 application provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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