Explore the add-in capabilities across the many platforms that support Microsoft Office, and roadmap, and see where to get the latest information.
Script Lab is a great starting point for finding out…how to do things, but the ultimate resource…is the documentation at docs.microsoft.com.…Actually, the quickest way of getting there…is to start at dev.office.com,…and then if I scroll down to Excel and Quick Start,…Office Add-ins.…This is a useful starting page with lots of useful…introductory information about how to get going…with Excel Add-ins.…
And you can see that this is a file…that's got an Edit button here.…So that actually takes me to GitHub,…where you can, if you want to, submit a pull request…if you've got some updates…
- How Office extensions work
- Using the Office.js libraries
- Working with ScriptLab
- Creating an add-in with Visual Studio
- Working with manifests and commands
- Deploying and debugging add-ins
- Developing new add-in controls
- Working with Yeoman, Angular, and React
- Sideloading add-ins to different locations
- Guidelines for designing add-ins
- Using Office application APIs
- Publishing and licensing add-ins
Skill Level Intermediate
Office 365: Administration (2017)with David Elfassy2h 49m Intermediate
What are Office add-ins?2m 34s
1. Getting Started
2. Building Add-Ins with Visual Studio
3. Using Other Libraries and Tooling with Add-Ins
4. Add-Ins for Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote
5. Add-Ins for Excel
6. Add-Ins for Outlook
7. Distributing Your Add-In
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