Posts Tagged ‘Delphi’

Complete review – Advanced Outlook Regions, part 2

My previous post was about what the Advanced Outlook Regions really are. And now I will show you all possible regions for two main Outlook windows - Explorers and Inspectors. In this post there are a lot of pictures and little text. As usually, all the forms that I am going to demonstrate do not have a single control... Read the rest of this entry →

Complete review – Advanced Outlook Regions, part 1

Our web-site somehow absolutely imperceptibly for me turned into a collection of pages containing a bit outdated information about our products. I think we will spend the whole year 2009 on putting our web-site in order. In the meantime, I am going to systematically publish complete reviews of one or other of the capabilities that, in my opinion, are covered insufficiently or their descriptions are outdated. And I will start with perhaps the most popular feature of Add-in Express - the Advanced Outlook View and Form Regions... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 2 download links

If your professional or premium subscription has not expired yet, or if you purchased Add-in Express after December 15, 2008, the upgrade is free for you. Otherwise, you can upgrade for 50% off the regular price... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 2 what’s new and fixed

Yesterday, on the 2nd of April, we uploaded beta 2 of Add-in Express 2009. Please, do not confuse it with Add-in Express 2010, announced in the April, 1 newsletter. Today, let it be a serious talk :)... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 2 drag-and-drop

It seems like after another new visual feature being added to Add-in Express 2009, our screenshots look more and more variegated. Scary variegated, I would say... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 Word and PowerPoint capabilities

Keeping up the development of Add-in Express most in-demand features, we tweaked the Advanced Task Panes for working on Microsoft PowerPoint and Word. Early in the morning today, I wrote the previous sentence, captured and pasted the above screenshot and realized that there is nothing more to write on this issue... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 what’s fixed

As compared to the previous generation, Add-in Express 2009 doesn’t contain revolutionary changes or enhancements. We have not rewritten the core code completely, the major part of the time was spent on the most in-demand features, such as Outlook view and form regions and Excel, Word and PowerPoint task panes... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 Excel capabilities

In addition to bug fixes, which I must admit were not too numerous, and some platform-dependent modifications and enhancements concerning Excel, we've decided to improve Advanced Excel Task Panes as well... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 zero-visibility, part 2

As early as in July 2008, in version 4.2 we added beta support of three rather specific regions: FolderView and ReadingPane for the Outlook Explorer window, and InspectorRegion for the Outlook Inspector window. Since then we have fixed a couple of bugs, but didn’t go through with it to announce these regions 100% complete... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 zero-visibility

If someone all of a sudden decides to read through whatsnew.txt from the Add-in Express 2009 distributive, they may run into a mysterious point: IMPROVED: Advanced form and view regions for Microsoft Outlook. Here is what it means... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 compatibility

What shall you expect from the new releases? What's new? Are there many changes? I will try to answer all questions here, in this post, as well as in a couple of upcoming ones... ... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 – Beta 1 availability

Finally we uploaded beta 1 of Add-in Express 2009 for Office (all three editions) and Add-in Express for Internet Explorer. You can download it right now ...... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express for Office and .net / VSTO / VCL – Which product do I choose?

A rare day passes when we do not receive a question like that. We have several template answers which are helpful in some degree in deciding which Add-in Express edition to choose. But I am not satisfied with any of the templates. Now I will try to depict everything that makes a real difference between three editions of Add-in Express for Office, and all that is worth taking into consideration when choosing the edition right for you.... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 Roadmap – Part 2

I have discovered an interesting fact. My posts on this blog led to the increased number of messages in my Inbox. But practically no one writes directly here, to the blog. The main goal is reached, though – we have got one more tool for communication with our customers... :-)... Read the rest of this entry →

The New Year 2009 is coming!

The New Year is coming! For the last seven days I'm saying these words every time I step over the threshold of our office. Do you feel there is something special in the air? :) So, I will be brief...... Read the rest of this entry →

Migrate the code of your Office solution from Win32 and VBA code to .NET

As you probably know the .NET Framework provides a number of advantages when compared to Win32 programming. Say, administrators have by far more control over your code – they may restrict your code to use these or those resources or permissions. While it puts some limits on developers, companies are able to build environments that are safer and more controllable. ... Read the rest of this entry →

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