RibbonX For Dummies
Create VBA, VB.NET, and C# custom applications with this radical new interface
Are you ready to tackle RibbonX? This friendly, plain-English guide gives you the tips and techniques you need to design and implement Ribbon apps fast, as well as plenty of examples for working in VBA and Visual Studio(r). You'll customize the Ribbon to meet your needs, create new elements, and even find solutions for pre-existing Office apps!
* Create an effective RibbonX design
Write RibbonX apps
Develop business applications for Office
Work with Web services
Convert existing toolbars and macros
Part I: An Overview of RibbonX.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know the Ribbon.
Chapter 2: Creating an Effective RibbonX Design.
Part II: Interacting with the Ribbon.
Chapter 3: Designing New RibbonX Elements.
Chapter 4: Writing RibbonX Scripts.
Chapter 5: RibbonX and Visual Studio.
Part III: Creating New RibbonX Applications.
Chapter 6: Developing Business Applications for Word.
Chapter 7: Developing Business Applications for Excel.
Chapter 8: Developing Business Applications for Access.
Chapter 9: Developing Business Applications for Outlook.
Chapter 10: Developing Business Applications for PowerPoint.
Chapter 11: Working with Web Services.
Part IV: Converting Existing Toolbars and Macros.
Chapter 12: Simple Fixes for Older Menus and Toolbars.
Chapter 13: Conversion Techniques for VBA Users.
Chapter 14: Conversion Techniques for Visual Studio Users.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 15: Ten New Tasks You Can Perform with RibbonX.
Chapter 16: Ten RibbonX Resources.
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