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Discover a way to write add-ins such that a single binary can be hosted across multiple versions of DevStudio, Visual Studio, and Office. It uses C++ & ATL, but the principles should carry over to other languages and frameworks.
Provides a basic implementation of the Developer Studio Object Model.
Learn how to write macros for C++ in Visual Studio.
This add-in shows a standard ColorSelect dialog box and forms text that looks like an RGB-macro string (RGB(100, 120, 130)). (The article, addin, and source code were updated.)
A set of Microsoft Visual Studio (MSVC6) macros for formatting code. These macros allow things to be aligned to the same column. It's very useful for aligning equals signs, and so forth. (The article was updated and source code was added.)
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