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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Office host applications and their support for add-ins

Host

Shared Add-In

VSTO 2005 SE Add-In

Access 2003

Yes

No

Excel 2003

Yes

Yes

FrontPage 2003

Yes

No

Outlook 2003*

Yes

Yes

PowerPoint 2003

Yes

Yes

Project 2003

Yes

No

Publisher 2003

Yes

No

Visio 2003

Yes

Yes

Word 2003

Yes

Yes

Access 2007

Yes

No

Excel 2007

Yes

Yes

InfoPath 2007

No**

Yes

Outlook 2007

Yes

Yes

PowerPoint 2007

Yes

Yes

Project 2007

Yes

No

Publisher 2007

Yes

No

SharePoint Designer 2007

No**

No

Visio 2007

Yes

Yes

Word 2007

Yes

Yes

* It is also possible to create Outlook 2003 application add-ins with Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office without using VSTO 2005 SE. Thus, there are three ways to create add-ins for Outlook 2003: shared add-ins using COM Interop, Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office, and VSTO 2005 SE.

** The Visual Studio 2005 Shared Add-In template does not list InfoPath or SharePoint Designer as supported hosts. However, if you manually create the necessary keys in the registry, both hosts will load shared add-ins created with the template.


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