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Memory leaks can cause strange and unexpected behaviors in your applications. Of course in this day of managed code we don’t see it as often as we used to and many of us are getting rusty in our skill to eliminate these problems. Recently I ended up with a misbehaving Outlook 2007 add-in which resulted in time spent with Microsoft support. The first thing that came out of that was a way to detect if an Outlook 2007 is experiencing memory leaks. Below is a command line command that seems to report ...
I have spent the last several months developing solutions with Office 2007 and the Office Open XML SDK 2. Our client has requirements that cross the suite from PowerPoint Presentations to Word Documents. The Open XML standard which define the structure of these documents is very powerful. My biggest frustration is the lack of consistent capabilities between the products. Since we are doing document generation based on templates it is very important we that the code can consistently identify any part ...
I quite like the new ribbon interface in Office 2007, but occasionally I still find myself sometimes hunting for commands that I know exist somewhere..... If you are the same, then you will be pleased to know that there is a really good solution to this situation in the form of the Search Commands plugin from the OfficeLabs team at Microsoft. It adds a tab to the ribbon that lets you search all the commands in any of the office applications. If for instance you could not find the Spell Check facility ...
What is an Office Geek? An Office Geek is someone - typically a developer or administrator - who works with or is interested in working with some aspect of the Microsoft Office System. The Office System encompasses both client applications (Word, Excel, etc) as well as server applications (primarily SharePoint, but also Forms Server, workflow, etc). This could mean that you work with SharePoint, use VSTO to write OBAs, define taxonomies, maintain corporate records, etc. I found this little blurb ...
As an update to this post, this is how you enable Access 2007 to work with your Access applications that require extended security. 1) Open "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" menu to the right of the office button2) Select "More Commands"3) Click "Trust Center" menu button on sidebar4) Click "Trust Center Settings" button on main pane5) Click "Macro Settings" menu button on sidebar6) Select "Enable all macros"7) Click "OK" to close Trust Center8) Click "OK" to close Access Options Technorati tags: ...