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I'm developing a C# application that makes use of COM Interop
assemblies of MS Office. How do I make it so that the Office SDK Help
info is accessable from within the Visual Studio IDE? When I work with
the Office SDK from VB 6, it works, but I don't see any API docs from
within VS .NET.

Nov 17 '05 #1
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You can simply add a helpfile resource as a customized tab in the tool bar.
That will get you help file information, but it won't link it to the F1 key
for instance.

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I'm developing a C# application that makes use of COM Interop
assemblies of MS Office. How do I make it so that the Office SDK Help
info is accessable from within the Visual Studio IDE? When I work with
the Office SDK from VB 6, it works, but I don't see any API docs from
within VS .NET.

Nov 17 '05 #2

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Thanks, Alvin!

I'd really like the help file fully integrated, so that F1 works, etc.
That's very useful. There must be a way to do that - do you know how?

Nov 17 '05 #3

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