Posts Tagged ‘IE add-ons’

HowTo: Support MS Office applications, Internet Explorer and Outlook Express in one project

Yes, you can do that in one Visual Studio project, but not in one solution. And yes, you can do it using the Add-in Express products. There are only two things to keep in mind…... Read the rest of this entry →

Add-in Express 2009 Roadmap

Many of you have already enquired about our roadmap for the year 2009. Its rough outline is ready, but as you understand, we reserve the right to introduce some changes. Well, now in more detail...... Read the rest of this entry →

Developers wanted for Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer and Outlook Express projects

If you do programming for Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer or Outlook Express and have some experience in copywriting, then take a minute to read this page to the end. I am sure we’ll make a bargain.... Read the rest of this entry →

When to release COM objects in Office add-ins developed in .NET

I like to work at the support desk. I’ve become much closer to developers’ needs and musts. They hit me with releasing COM objects in COM add-ins written VB.NET and C#. I've collected most common questions and my answers on this page. Well, let’s go! Q: Is releasing COM objects required in Outlook add-ins only? [...]... Read the rest of this entry →

How to program IE add-on, toolbar / bar, menu in C#, VB.NET, C++

When I started developing IE add-ons I found out that Internet Explorer might generate a huge number of threads and processes and that my add-on is created in each of those threads. However, my plug-in contains data that should be accessible for all instances of the IE add-on. In this post, I will tell you how to make communication between IE add-on instances easy using Add-in Express for Internet Explorer.... Read the rest of this entry →

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