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VBA for the 2007 Microsoft Office System

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VBA for the 2007 Microsoft® Office System shows you how to take full advantage of the 2007 Microsoft Office suite by automating routine Office tasks. No matter which Office application you’re using, there are some tasks you perform dozens of times, such as typing a section of text, running a series of menu commands, or formatting a document in a particular way.This book shows you how to accomplish the same tasks by incorporating them into a macro that you can run with just a few mouse clicks or keystrokes. This book shows you the basics of VBA programming from the ground up. Even if you’ve never programmed before, VBA for the 2007 Microsoft® Office System will have you up to speed with VBA in no time.You’ll learn how to write programs that control Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access databases, and even Outlook email.You get dozens of example macros that not only illustrate the concepts in the book but also provide you with practical, business-oriented tools that you can use right away to improve your productivity.

  • Practical, real-world examples for anyone who uses Office applications—not just power users.
  • Automate or streamline all your repetitive Word, Excel, and PowerPoint chores.
  • Create custom dialog boxes and custom Ribbon tabs, groups, and buttons to make Office look and work the way you want it to—no program experience required!
  • Easy-to-understand instructions that make learning VBA fast and fun.
  • All code examples and documents are available online so you can get started with VBA with a minimum of fuss.


Padus DiscJuggler.NET v6.0.0.1400 Thinstalled

# DiscJuggler is able to simultaneously drive multiple CD/DVD recorders and replicate virtually any standard CD/DVD.

# DiscJuggler features direct digital-to-digital CD duplication from a CD-ROM drive to multiple CD-R drives, audio CD duplication with support for PQ and R-W subcodes, and on-the-fly audio stream resynchronization, and on-the-fly software regeneration of ECC/EDC and scrambling.

# DiscJuggler.Net includes support for DVD writers, in addition to all the CD writer support DiscJuggler.Net had before.

# DiscJuggle.Net enables you to share one computer’s disc writing drive(s) to other networked computers running DiscJuggler Network Edition.

# This expands the client machine’s abilities to also create or copy discs, without a writing drive ever being attached to the system.

# These jobs are transferred as disc images to the computer running the Padus Network Server service. This computer physically writes the disc based on the job sent over the network.

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TextControl v.14.0.1400.500

Give your application the ability to read, edit, and create documents in industry standard formats like MS Word DOCX, DOC, RTF, HTML and XML. TX Text Control .NET includes the ability to export all documents to print-ready Adobe PDF documents without any third-party software. The fully programmable component supports nested tables, document sections, images, text frames, drag and drop, headers and footers, bulleted and numbered lists and MS Word compatible mail merge fields for database applications. Typical applications include mail merge, PDF creation, document conversion or WYSIWYG word processing.


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DPM 2007 Wins Silver in eWeek Channel Insider Product of the Year 2008
Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 was awarded Silver in the Storage Management Category. Selection criteria included product familiarity, profit potential, opportunity for aftermarket sales and impact of the product on the technology market as a whole.

New Case Study: Foods Company Decreases Tape-Based Backup by 70% with Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2007
By deploying DPM, Windrush Frozen Foods was able to improve its IT backup and recovery processes via an easy and rapid deployment process, the ability to conduct more frequent backup cycles, and reduced need for staff support and maintenance.

Streaming Video: DPM 2007 for Disaster Recovery and Multi-Tiered Data Protection
This 17-minute streaming video provides an overview of DPM 2007 in disaster recovery configurations; step-by-step setup of the DPM server at the disaster recovery location; and how multi-tiered data protection meets branch office protection goals.

On-demand webcast: What Is Coming Beyond System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 (Level 200)
Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 is delivering on the promises of blending continuous data protection and traditional tape backup for Microsoft workloads. So, the next question is: What is next for System Center Data Protection Manager?

DPM wins Gold Product of the Year award
"Our judges selected Data Protection Manager 2007 for the Gold award in this category because it offers a vertical, end-to-end, managed solution for virtualization deployments and because it's the easiest to manage and integrate with existing data center software."






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Create HTML email workflow applications. WickedByte Software's CurveMail component is designed especially to support HTML email workflow. CurveMail supplants the System.Net.Mail namespace and provides missing features such as address validation, S/MIME encryption, iCalendar, and URL rewriting. These features enable you to use a single API to manage the complete email workflow process, from initial creative design to tracking customer responses

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devMail.Net (V3) Email Component for Asp.Net, Vb.Net, CS with Smtp, Pop3, Imap, Mime

The Most Powerful .Net Email Component

From devBiz Business Solutions: devMail.Net is an easy to use and powerful email component for .NET platform. You can easily integrate email sending and receiving capabilities into your application using devMail.Net SMTP and POP3 assemblies. devMail.Net is fully managed code written in pure C# utilizing the newest advantages of the .NET platform.

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AdminSystem.EAGetMail POP3 And IMAP4 COMPONENT dotNet Class v2.5.0.1

Component allows developers to deliver required reliability and functionality email applications in C#, VB.NET, JScript.NET, ASP.NET or other .NET framework more easily. Many advanced features are supported including DNS MX record lookup to send email without specified SMTP server

Is a light and fast email delivery service which works with EASendMail SMTP .Net Component / ANSMTP SMTP Component to enable your application to send mass emails in background service. Along with its ability to picking recipients from database in background and sending email in specified datetime, it eases your task in developing featured email application especially newsletter application

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MCITP SQL Server 2005 Database Developer All-in-One Exam Guide (Exams 70-431, 70-441 & 70-442)

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All-in-One is All You Need

Get complete coverage of all three Microsoft Certified IT Professional database developer exams for SQL Server 2005 in this comprehensive volume. Written by a SQL Server expert and MCITP, this definitive exam guide features learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, exam tips, practice questions, and in-depth explanations. Detailed and authoritative, the book serves as both a complete certification study guide and an essential on-the-job reference.

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  • Use Transact-SQL and XML
  • Work with functions, triggers, and CLR integration
  • Optimize, monitor, and secure databases
  • Create stored procedures
  • Handle disaster recovery
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  • Use SQL Server Reporting Services and Notification Services
  • Manage locks, deadlocks, and cursors
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.NET Programming 10-Minute Solutions

.NET Programming 10-Minute Solutions

.NET Programming 10-Minute Solutions

Book Description

These ten-minute solutions fill the gaps in your knowledge: from them, you’ll learn a lot about the realities of programming with .NET technologies, whether you’re writing database applications, web applications, or desktop applications.

But they’re also solutions to the problems you’re most likely to encounter in each of these areas. Particularly when a project entails new techniques or draws you into a realm outside your expertise, you need quick and reliable answers. Here, a couple of veterans provide them. Based on the popular question-and-answer feature of the DevX website, all are in-depth, code-intensive solutions that explain both the how and the why, helping you past immediate obstacles and ultimately making you a more knowledgeable programmer. Here are some of the solutions you’ll find inside:

  • The new ListBox control’s data model: how it differs, how to work with it, why it’s better
  • The new I/O model: storing and retrieving complete objects with streams
  • Launching and monitoring external programs from VB.NET applications: the Process class and how it improves on classic VB Shell command
  • ADO.NET support for keeping calculated columns up to date automatically
  • Moving data between distributed tiers—and keeping it synchronized—using DiffGrams

Solutions are organized into three categories: general .NET topics that cut across category boundaries, problems that arise when you’re building Windows forms, and issues associated specifically with ADO.NET and ASP.NET programming chores. The book contains VB.NET code examples for every solution.


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1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 Course Introduction
1.1.2 Course Prerequisites
1.1.3 Object-oriented Programming
1.1.4 Object-oriented Programming Concepts

1.2 .NET Overview

1.2.1 The .NET Framework
1.2.2 The Common Language Runtime
1.2.3 .NET Framework Class Libraries
1.2.4 Assemblies
1.2.5 .NET Framework Components

2.0 Visual Studio .NET

2.1 Visual Studio .NET Tour

2.1.1 Visual Studio .NET Overview
2.1.2 Launching Visual Studio .NET
2.1.3 Using the Solution Explorer
2.1.4 Using Toolbars
2.1.5 Using the Toolbox
2.1.6 Editing Properties
2.1.7 Editing Code
2.1.8 Getting Help

2.2 Creating Applications

2.2.1 Creating a Project
2.2.2 Compiling and Running Programs
2.2.3 Debugging Programs
2.2.4 Using the Visual Studio Simulator

2.3 Application Types

2.3.1 Application Types
2.3.2 Creating a Windows Application
2.3.3 Creating an ASP.NET Web Application
2.3.4 Application Type Facts

3.0 C# Language

3.1 C# Syntax

3.1.1 C# Overview
3.1.2 Code Format
3.1.3 Basic Program Structure

3.2 Data Types

3.2.1 Value and Reference Types
3.2.2 Reference and Value Type Facts
3.2.3 Value Types
3.2.4 String Variables
3.2.5 Data Type Keywords
3.2.6 Declare Data Types

3.3 Operators and Expressions

3.3.1 C# Operators
3.3.2 Building Expressions
3.3.3 Common C# Operators
3.3.4 Construct Expressions 1
3.3.5 Construct Expressions 2

3.4 Casting

3.4.1 Converting Data Types
3.4.2 Data Conversion Facts
3.4.3 Using the Casting Expression
3.4.4 Convert Data Types
3.4.5 Reference-type Conversions

3.5 Arrays

3.5.1 Defining Arrays
3.5.2 Initializing Arrays
3.5.3 Array Facts
3.5.4 Creating Single-dimensional Arrays
3.5.5 Creating Multi-dimensional Arrays
3.5.6 Create a Single-dimensional Array
3.5.7 Create a Multi-dimensional Array
3.5.8 Jagged Arrays

3.6 Conditional Statements

3.6.1 Conditional Statements
3.6.2 Using If Then
3.6.3 Using Switch
3.6.4 Conditional Statement Facts
3.6.5 Create an If Block
3.6.6 Correct an If Block
3.6.7 Format a Switch Block
3.6.8 Create a Switch Block

3.7 Iteration Structures

3.7.1 Iteration Structures
3.7.2 Using Do While
3.7.3 Using For
3.7.4 Using Foreach
3.7.5 Iteration Statement Facts
3.7.6 Create a Do While Block
3.7.7 Create a For Block
3.7.8 Create a Foreach Block

3.8 XML Documentation

3.8.1 Generating XML Documentation
3.8.2 XML Documentation Facts

4.0 .NET Components

4.1 Windows Controls

4.1.1 Managing Windows Controls
4.1.2 Use the Property Inspector
4.1.3 Set Control Properties
4.1.4 Get and Set Properties

4.2 Events

4.2.1 Defining Event Actions
4.2.2 Handle Events 1
4.2.3 Handle Events 2
4.2.4 Handle Events 3

4.3 Classes and Methods

4.3.1 Calling Methods
4.3.2 Call a Method 1
4.3.3 Call a Method 2

4.4 Manipulating Strings

4.4.1 Strings
4.4.2 Working with Strings
4.4.3 String Facts
4.4.4 The StringBuilder Class
4.4.5 Using the StringBuilder Class
4.4.6 StringBuilder Facts
4.4.7 Use StringBuilder 1
4.4.8 Use StringBuilder 2
4.4.9 Use Escape Sequences
4.4.10 Compare Strings

5.0 Classes and Methods

5.1 Classes and Namespaces

5.1.1 Creating a Class
5.1.2 Creating a Simple Class
5.1.3 Namespaces
5.1.4 Defining a Namespace
5.1.5 Class and Namespace Facts
5.1.6 Create a Namespace and Class

5.2 Methods

5.2.1 Defining a Method
5.2.2 Access Modifiers
5.2.3 Creating Methods
5.2.4 The Main Method
5.2.5 Calling Methods
5.2.6 Passing Parameters
5.2.7 Method Construction
5.2.8 Create a Method 1
5.2.9 Create a Method 2

5.3 Data Members and Properties

5.3.1 Data Members
5.3.2 Creating Data Members
5.3.3 Defining Properties
5.3.4 Using Properties
5.3.5 Data Member and Property Facts
5.3.6 Define a Property
5.3.7 Use Properties

5.4 Method Overloading

5.4.1 Method Overloading
5.4.2 Using Overloaded Methods
5.4.3 Method Overloading Facts
5.4.4 Call an Overloaded Method
5.4.5 Create an Overloaded Method

5.5 Static Members

5.5.1 Static Data Members
5.5.2 Static Methods
5.5.3 Creating Static Members
5.5.4 Static Member Facts
5.5.5 Create Static Members

5.6 Constructors

5.6.1 Constructors
5.6.2 Default Constructor
5.6.3 Creating a Constructor
5.6.4 Overloading Constructors
5.6.5 Constructor Facts
5.6.6 Create a Constructor
5.6.7 Overload a Constructor

6.0 Inheritance

6.1 Inheritance Concepts

6.1.1 Polymorphism and Inheritance
6.1.2 Inheritance Concepts
6.1.3 Inheritance Facts

6.2 Using Inheritance

6.2.1 Basic Syntax
6.2.2 Creating a Derived Class
6.2.3 Using Access Modifiers
6.2.4 Constructors and Inheritance
6.2.5 Inheritance Syntax
6.2.6 Create an Inherited Class

6.3 Advanced Inheritance

6.3.1 Virtual Methods
6.3.2 Creating Virtual Methods
6.3.3 Sealing a Class
6.3.4 Abstract Classes
6.3.5 Creating an Abstract Class
6.3.6 Customizing Inheritance Facts
6.3.7 Define a Virtual Method
6.3.8 Use a Virtual Method
6.3.9 Seal a Class
6.3.10 Create an Abstract Class

7.0 Interfaces

7.1 Interfaces

7.1.1 Interface Concepts
7.1.2 Implementing an Interface
7.1.3 Classes, Abstract Classes, and Interfaces
7.1.4 Classes, Abstract Classes, and Interfaces Comparison
7.1.5 Interface Facts
7.1.6 Define an Interface
7.1.7 Interfaces and Inheritance

8.0 Delegates and Events

8.1 Delegates

8.1.1 Delegates
8.1.2 Creating a Simple Delegate
8.1.3 Creating a Multicast Delegate
8.1.4 Delegate Facts
8.1.5 Using Delegates

8.2 Events

8.2.1 Delegates and Events
8.2.2 Registering Events
8.2.3 Event Facts

9.0 Enumerations and Structures

9.1 Enumerations

9.1.1 Custom Value Types
9.1.2 Enumerations
9.1.3 Creating Enums
9.1.4 Using Enums as Parameter Types
9.1.5 Enum Facts
9.1.6 Create an Enum
9.1.7 Use Built-in Enums
9.1.8 Use Enum Methods

9.2 Structures

9.2.1 Structures
9.2.2 Creating a Struct
9.2.3 Struct Facts
9.2.4 Define a Struct 1
9.2.5 Define a Struct 2

10.0 Exception Handling

10.1 Handling Exceptions

10.1.1 Exception Classes
10.1.2 Handling Exceptions
10.1.3 Built-in Exceptions
10.1.4 Exception Facts
10.1.5 Handle Exceptions 1
10.1.6 Handle Exceptions 2
10.1.7 Handle Exceptions 3

10.2 Custom Exceptions

10.2.1 Throwing Exceptions
10.2.2 Thowing an Exception
10.2.3 Custom Exceptions
10.2.4 Creating Custom Exceptions
10.2.5 Custom Exception Facts
10.2.6 Throw Exceptions
10.2.7 Define a Custom Exception

11.0 Advanced Topics

11.1 Collections

11.1.1 Collections
11.1.2 ArrayLists
11.1.3 Foreach
11.1.4 Creating an ArrayList
11.1.5 ArrayList Facts
11.1.6 Use a Collection
11.1.7 Queue Facts
11.1.8 Stack Facts
11.1.9 Hashtable Facts

11.2 Streaming and I/O

11.2.1 Streams
11.2.2 Streaming Facts
11.2.3 Reading and Writing Text Files
11.2.4 Text Files and Data Sources
11.2.5 Managing Files
11.2.6 System.IO.File Classes
11.2.7 Managing Files and Directories

11.3 Attributes

11.3.1 Reflection and Attributes
11.3.2 Using Intrinsic Attributes
11.3.3 Attribute Facts
11.3.4 Use Attributes

11.4 Operator Overloading

11.4.1 Operator Overloading
11.4.2 Overloading an Operator
11.4.3 Operator Overloading Facts

Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 Training Kit

This kit was created for Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5..
It is a collection PPTs, Sample Programmes, and documents…

Note: You need install Microsoft Office 2007 to open document and Presentations or PowerPoint Viewer will work fine..

Version: 1.0
Date Published: 11/30/2007
Language: English
Download Size: 125.9 MB (After extracting 231 MB)

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CBT Nuggets - On The Job Training Series C#

Learn valuable real-world C# skills
The On The Job Training Series: C# videos teach you how to go from an “interest in C# programming” to using it as a powerful development tool. You learn about how C# treats variables, operators, and expressions - the core elements of computer programming. You learn about methods, classes, objects, and assemblies. You learn many of the common functionalities you need to know to create applications for the enterprise. Plus, you learn how to use C# to create data-driven applications leveraging the power of XML and ADO.NET.
Although this series starts with the basics, Robert quickly turns up the power. You’ll find that by the end of the training you’ll know how to tap the potentials that programming in C# offers. You’ll know how to develop data-driven Web and Windows applications. You’ll have ideas for using C# to create real-world solutions - and you’ll know exactly how to act on those ideas. Plus you’ll have the foundation you need to go much deeper into C# on your own, to create unique functionality specific to your needs.Instead of mapping to a specific certification, these videos cover the need-to-know skills for developing enterprise applications using C#.

“Why C#?”
C# is a programming language designed for building applications that run on the .NET Framework. It allows easy development of applications for Windows, the Web, and mobile devices. As part of the .NET Framework, it is becoming a standard for Windows application development. It’s a programmer-friendly language that doesn’t compromise on features - so you can develop robust applications much more quickly than with other languages. There are even some pretty amazing free development tools you can use to make your C# development even quicker.
“Is this training for me?”
Whether you’re a beginner or experienced programmer, this training will provide excellent content that you can use to get a running start programming in C#.

You’re not required to have a background in computer programming to use the training. Having some programming experience can help you get quicker results with what you’ll learn, but the training doesn’t assume any prior knowledge beyond basic PC/Windows use. The On The Job Training Series: C# is structured to give you both an introduction to programming, and a large dose of real-world application development skills. This makes it beneficial anyone with interest in learning C#.
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Lynda XML Essential Training

Extensible Markup Language, was designed to make information sharing and data interpretation easier, but it only works if you know how to work it. In XML Essential Training, veteran engineer and instructor Joe Marini takes you through the basic rules of XML, discusses suggested tools, explains XML syntax, and more. From integrating XML into your site to creating style sheets and Schema Definitions, XML Essential Training covers everything you need to not only get started, but to really get working with XML. Exercise files accompany the training, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.


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Total Training for Microsoft Expression Studio 2: Essentials Bundle

Total-Training products of Microsoft Expression Studio 2 points course, when more than 22 hours long. Through the course of this, you will learn to Expression Studio 2 a series of valuable experience and technical skills. Microsoft Expression Studio 2 is Microsoft’s new Web technology platform. Expression Web 2, Expression Blend 2, Expression Design 2, Expression Media 2, Expression Encoder 2 The professional design software packages, including Expression Web 2, Expression Blend 2, Expression Design 2, Expression Media 2 and Expression Encoder 2. Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008 Windows Vista, Silverlight , NET Framework 3.5? They can be smooth and Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 to work together, adding a new version of the scalability of the XAML language, may be Visual Studio and Expression Studio call, with the development - the design of the collaboration, support for Windows Vista, Silverlight technology and NET Framework 3.5 client application.

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MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008 SP1

MSDN Library provides access to essential programming information, including technical reference documentations, white papers, software development kits and code samples necessary to develop web services and applications. This is an updated version of the MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008 and this library contains Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 documentation.

Updated content sets in MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 include:

* Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 documentation
* Visual Studio 2008 general documentation updates
* Windows Developer documentation updates
* Microsoft Knowledge Base
* And More…

System Requirements:

* Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2; Windows Server 2008; Windows Vista; Windows XP Service Pack 2
* Minimum: 1.6GHz CPU, 384MB RAM, 800×600 Display, 4200 RPM HD
* Recommended: 2.2GHZ CPU, 1024MB RAM, 1280×1024 Display, 7200 RPM HD
* Running on Windows Vista: 2.4GHz CPU, 768 MB RAM
* 1.6 GB of available hard-disk space on installation drive for Minimum install type
* 2.5 GB available hard-disk space on installation drive for Full install type


* MSDN Library is integrated with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Help by default and is integrated into the F1 Help function. However, the MSDN Library can also be installed and viewed as a stand-alone reference, and does not require Visual Studio 2008.
* Concurrent installations of the Visual Studio Express Library and the MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 on the same computer will cause content redundancy, including duplicate search hits. If the Visual Studio Express Library has already been installed on your computer, please uninstall it before beginning installation of the MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008 SP1.

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Version: VS2008SP1
Date Published: 8/11/2008
Language: English
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Object Oriented Programming in VB.Net

Product Description
This book takes an object-oriented approach to introduce Visual Basic .NET. The author begins by covering object-oriented analysis, design, and modeling using UML. He then moves into a detailed discussion of objects and clasess, after which, readers begin develoing their own short programs. Advanced topics such as data structures, components, and distributed/Internet programming are also covered. Programmers interested in learning the Visual Basic .NET programming language.


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Silverlight Essential Training [Video Training]

Mike Harsh is the program manager on the Silverlight team at Microsoft. In Silverlight Essential Training, he gives viewers an insider’s look into this powerful application. Mike teaches each step in the process of building interactive web applications using Silverlight, including how to add video, animations, and interactive features such as drag-and-drop functionality. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.


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WPF Recipes in C# 2008: A Problem-Solution Approach

Book Description

WPF offers amazing new opportunities to .NET programmers in terms of the user interfaces they can deliver to their customers. But this significant technological advance comes with a steep learning curve, requiring the programmer to learn new classes, new syntax, and an entirely new approach to UI development.

Although WPF has been generally available for over a year, commercial take–up has been relatively slow, and the publicly available body of knowledge has been weak in terms of real–world examples and best–practice information.

Using WPF Recipes in C# 2008, you’ll find a simple and straightforward approach to solving the problems you face every day. Each solution contains a complete, working example that demonstrates how to make the best use of WPF. You can use the example as a template to solve your own problem or as a base on which to build a solution tailored to your specific needs.

Packed with well–structured and documented solutions to a broad range of common WPF problems, this book, which presents the only WPF recipes currently published, will be a valuable addition to any C# programmer’s reference library. Examples included provide you with a rich source of information as you begin to learn and will be an invaluable quick–reference guide once you’re a proficient WPF programmer.

The emphasis on solving the day–to–day WPF problems that all programmers face frees you from needing to trawl through weighty programming tomes or sift through API documentation, allowing you to focus on the more interesting and innovative aspects of your project.

What you’ll learn

  • Get hands–on experience applying WPF to real–world business applications.
  • Find quick answers to common problems.
  • Develop a new mindset to UI development and a new approach to implementation from the authors’ experience in graphics.
  • Peruse clear and concise code samples that demonstrate solutions to specific problems.


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Microsoft ADO.NET (Core Reference)

Book Description
This core reference demonstrates how to use ActiveX Data Objects.NET (ADO.NET) to access, sort, and manipulate data in enterprise-wide, Web-enabled applications. Readers learn best practices for writing, testing, and debugging database application code using the new tools and wizards in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET-with code on a companion CD, plus insider tips. The book also describes the ADO .NET object model, its XML features for Web extensibility, integration with Microsoft SQL Server 2000, and more.


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Unlocking Microsoft C# v2.0 Programming Secrets

Unlocking Microsoft C# v2.0 Programming Secrets

Unlocking Microsoft C# v2.0 Programming Secrets

Product Description
This text is a handbook of instructions written for the programmer or analyst that shows how to insert common algorithmic functions in C# into one’s source code. The code is listed on a companion CD for easy transfer to one’s current C# program. The first 12 chapters discuss specifics of the Visual C# compiler: the integrated developer environment (IDE); moving projects from one location to another; passing information between windows; Visual C# code placement; classes, constructors, overloading, and helps; data types and declarations; conversions between data types; string manipulation and on-line data storage; branching and looping; and arithmetic.


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Beginning Visual Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional

Beginning Visual Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional

Beginning Visual Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional

Product Description

Beginning Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional will teach you the fundamentals of the web environment and how Visual Studio .NET (VS .NET) makes it accessible to VB programmers. You’ll build a working website that demonstrates all the elements of a VB web application. Author Daniel Cazzulino takes a step-by-step approach to each example to explore the essential technologies and how VS .NET helps to integrate them into a highly interactive, attractive web application.

In this tutorial guide youll learn how to

  • Create dynamic web pages with ASP.NET web forms and web server controls
  • Display and manipulate data using ADO.NET and VS .NET components
  • Persist state in different ways, within the “stateless” web environment
  • Create XML files and XML schema, and use them for data transfer
  • Integrate your web applications with others through web services
  • Make your application more secure via the security features in ASP.NET and IIS
  • Eliminate bugs and unexpected failures through effective debugging and exception-handling techniques
  • Improve the performance of your application and prepare it for release

About the Author
Daniel Cazzulino (a.k.a. kzu) lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is a senior architect, developer, and cofounder of Clarius Consulting S.A.. He has coauthored several books on web development and server controls with ASP.NET, written and reviewed many articles for ASP Today and C# Today, and currently enjoys sharing his .NET and XML experiences through his blog, kzu:dotnet.
Daniel works closely with Microsoft in key projects from the Patterns and Practices group. Microsoft rewarded him as Most Valuable Professional (MVP) on XML Technologies for his contributions to the community, mainly through the XML-savvy open source project, NMatrix, that he cofounded. He also started the promising MVP.XML project with fellow XML MVP experts worldwide.
Surprisingly enough, Daniel is a lawyer who found a more exciting career as a developer and .NET/XML geek.

Victor Garcia Aprea is founder of Clarius Consulting, which provides training, consulting and development in Microsoft .NET technologies. Aprea has been involved with ASP.NET since its beginning, and he was named Microsoft MVP for ASP.NET in 2002 and 2003 (the 2004 awards aren’t due yet!). Aprea has written books and articles and reviewed for numerous publishers. He is a regular speaker at Microsoft Argentina (MSDN DevDays, Ask the Experts panel, etc.) and .NET local user groups. Please read Victor’s own blogs, or check out his Apress blogs. Or you may email him at


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Visual Basic 2008 For Dummies

Book Description
Visual Basic is a favorite programming language, so if you’re new to programming, it’s a great place to start. Visual Basic 2008 For Dummies is the fun and easy way to begin creating applications right away while you get the hang of using the Visual Studio environment. Soon you’ll be building all sorts of useful stuff with VB 2008!

This step-by-step guide walks you through a logical series of tasks that build your skills as you get comfortable with .Net terminology, theory, tools, and design principles. You’ll learn how to build an application in four different architectural styles, and you’ll find out how to make your programs validate input and output, make decisions, and protect themselves from security threats. Discover how to:

* Install the Visual Studio environment
* Write a VB program
* Use Web forms, Windows forms, and Web services
* Establish good programming practices
* Create class libraries
* Write secure applications
* Debug your applications
* Work with strings and “if-then” statements
* Iterate with counted and nested loops
* Pass arguments and get return values
* Access data with VB.NET
* Work with the file system using VB

You’ll also find great tips for working with the VB user interface, using VB.NET in C# programming, troubleshooting your VB programs, taking your programming to the next level, and more! Once you get your hands on Visual Basic 2008 For Dummies, you’ll be programming like a genius in no time!

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Professional Visual Studio Extensibility

From the Back Cover
Professional Visual Studio Extensibility

Are you ready to extend the capabilities of Visual Studio to become more efficient and productive? Whether you want to integrate optimized builds, enhanced programming tools, or other rapid application development features, this unique resource shows you how to develop customized extensions. It not only covers the Visual Studio IDE but also provides you with an excellent reference when coding add-ins, macros, and extensions.

After a quick introduction of basic concepts, this book delves into the automation model and add-in development with the help of a case study, numerous examples, and sample code. You’ll discover how to take advantage of the Add-in Wizard, manipulate solutions and projects, work with text in documents and programming code, create Tool Options Pages, and more. Next you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of specific extensibility options including the Visual Studio Shell and Domain-Specific Languages Tools. After that, you will learn how to integrate your own functionality with Visual Studio with the help of VSPackage. You’ll then be able to apply your knowledge to other extensibility points covered in different chapters, including debugger type proxies and visualizers, code snippets, templates, MSBuild, and macros to save time and money when developing applications.

What you will learn from this book

  • A quick overview of Visual Studio Shell and Domain-Specific Languages Tools
  • Techniques for creating, debugging, testing, and deploying your add-ins
  • Ways to work with user interface elements, Windows Forms, and controls via code in your add-ins
  • Steps for extending Visual Studio functionality using VSPackages
  • Tips for writing and managing code snippets to make your coding process easier
  • Using Visual Studio templates to save time when writing code for common projects
  • How to use MSBuild to write custom builds for Visual Studio and .NET applications
  • New techniques for recording, developing, debugging, deploying, and running macros


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