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Office XP Primary Interop Assemblies .NET: Feb 12

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by eddie5659, Feb 13, 2003.

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    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist Thread Starter

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    Hiya

    To make Microsoft® Office® XP applications available to Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET developers, Microsoft has created several primary interop assemblies (PIAs) that contain the official description of commonly-used Microsoft Office XP type libaries for applications such as Microsoft Access 2002, Microsoft Excel 2002, Microsoft FrontPage® 2002, and so on. This group of PIAs is known as the Office XP Primary Interop Assemblies.

    Microsoft has customized the Office XP PIAs to make them easier for managed code to interoperate with the Office XP COM type libraries. Avoid using any Office XP COM interop assembly that is not provided as part of the Office XP PIAs, or any Office XP COM interop assembly that is generated by Microsoft Visual Studio .NET at design time because they are considered unofficial.


    System Requirements
    Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP

    Minimum system requirements for the Office XP Primary Interop Assemblies (besides Microsoft Office XP) include Microsoft Visual Studio .NET for solution developers, or the Microsoft .NET Framework Redistributable for end users. For more information on these products, including additional system requirements, go to the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Web site at http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio or http://msdn.microsoft.com/net.

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...1e-3060-4f71-a6b4-01feba508e52&DisplayLang=en

    Regards

    eddie
     
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