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Here is a list of resources you can use to try to find answers to any questions you may have on using VSTO 2010 / 2012 / 2013. There is a wealth of information here, and you’re sure to discover a lot of content that pertains to what you’re trying to do.
(For information on earlier versions of Visual Studio Tools for Office, please consult this post: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vsto/thread/5f13a675-2972-4983-a6dd-9e32b459d422)
If you can’t seem to find what you’re looking for or still think you need some guidance or advice, then please feel free to post your question or issue in the forum.
VSTO 2010 Online Documentation (MSDN Library)
VSTO 2012 Online Documentation (MSDN Library)
VSTO 2013 Online Documentation (MSDN Library)
MSDN Subscriptions Site
VSTO 2008 is included in the Professional and higher subscription types. This page shows a comparison of these subscriptions.
Here are some other resources you can tap for further information on VSTO
VSTO Team Blog – http://blogs.msdn.com/vsto
Eric Carter (former VSTO Team Member) - http://blogs.msdn.com/eric_carter/
Misha Shneerson (former VSTO Team Member)
Andrew Whitechapel (former VSTO Team Member)
John Durant (former VSTO Team Member) -
Paul Stubbs (former VSTO Team Member)
Mike Hernandez (former VSTO Product Manager)
Kathleen McGrath (Author “VSTO for Mere Mortals”)
Technical Articles and Books
What’s New in VSTO
VSTO Deployment Scenario to Avoid Code Decompilation
Audio Programspodcasts Availabl for VSTO
Deploying an Office 2007 solution with an MSI instead of ClickOnce
Deploying an Office 2007 Add-in to “all users”
VSTO for Mere Mortals This book is written by former VSTO team members Kathleen McGrath and Paul Stubbs. It targets VB.NET as the language and VSTO 2005, including Add-ins created using SE. Good introductory book for people transitioning from VBA. The basics still apply for later versions of VSTO.
Visual Studio Tools for Office 2007: VSTO for Excel, Word and Outlook (March 2009) This is a book written by former VSTO team members Eric Carter and Eric Lippert. It is a re-write of the 2005 edition, targeting VSTO 2008 and Office 2007. It covers advanced topics in Office development and VSTO technology, as well as the basics of using VSTO. Code samples and discussion revolve around using C#, but the basic discussion also apply to VB.NET. Basics still apply to later versions of VSTO and Office. Publisher: Addison-Wesley; ISBN 978-0-321-53321-0.
From VBA to VSTO
Excel-centric on how to migrate from VBA to VSTO using VB.NET. Published in 2006, so somewhat out-dated but may be useful for the VBA-to-VB.NET migratrion.
Reporting Bugs or Submitting Feature Requests
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