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Interacting with Office functionality in a .NET application can add a new level of functionality while providing the user with familiar methods of getting work done. Explore extending Outlook via a sample add-in.
Learn how to get a borderless Form to move around on the screen by capturing it with the mouse and dragging it, and to be able to resize the form, the same way as a normal sizeable Form can be sized by dragging its edges.
Use custom exceptions to add information that will be more meaningful to your users when exceptions occur. And, you still can maintain all the information from the original exception.
Interacting with Office functionality in a .NET application can add a new level of functionality while providing the user with familiar methods of getting work done. In Part One of this series, explore a sample WinForms Outlook contact management application.
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