Presentation: Working with Word Host Controls
The VSTO team held a developer lab at the end of February where we delivered several presentations on the features of Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System. We’ve created video presentations of the content delivered in the labs that we’ll be posting to this blog over the next several weeks. In this presentation, I describe the host controls that are available for use on a Word document, how to add the controls to your document at design time and run time, and the differences that exist between a Bookmark control and the underlying interop object. This video is 30 minutes long and the file size is 23 MB. You can view this streaming video presentation at Working with Word Host Controls.
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