- 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
- [Bill] Office add-ins let you extend the features of Microsoft Office applications using a variety of popular open web technologies like TypeScript, Angular and React. You could add features that you need as you use Excel or PowerPoint. Perhaps you could save your team time so that they can maintain their flow without having to switch applications. Or maybe you'd like to add a feature that you can sell, linking into a service you already offer. And as a reminder, there are over one and a half billion users of Microsoft Office.
Hi, my name's Bill Ayers, and I've been developing software for many years, and I've never seen a better opportunity to solve your own business problems, or someone else's, with so little effort. So let's start building Office add-ins.
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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