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Visual Studio Tools for Office

@inproceedings{Montgomery2005VisualST,
  title={Visual Studio Tools for Office},
  author={John Montgomery and B. Abrams and Tamara Abrams},
  year={2005}
}
Microsoft development technologies including Microsoft architects and DevelopMentor instructors. The books in this series provide a core resource of information and understanding every developer needs in order to write effective applications and managed code. Learn from the leaders how to maximize your use of the .NET Framework and its programming languages. Titles in the Series 
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The authors expertly zero in on what programmers need to understand for successful smart device programming, including Garbage Collection in the .NET Compact Framework Controls and supported Properties, Methods, and Events (PMEs).
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This book-and-CD set offers programmers unparalleled insight into the ECMA and ISO specifications for the classes and members, while also explaining why they were designed as they were and demonstrating how to use them.
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Authors Paul Yao and David Durant draw upon their years of research and experience with members of the Microsoft .NET CF team to show you exactly how the best CF programming gets done in Visual Basic .NET.
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