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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Adding Managed Code Behind a Form

After you install the Toolkit, you can add managed code to an imported copy of an existing form or create a new form in Visual Studio’s integrated development environment (IDE). When you open the New Project dialog box, you’ll find that the Toolkit has added a new Microsoft Office System Projects icon to the Project Types list, which contains subfolders for Visual Basic and Visual C# projects and an InfoPath Form Template icon, as shown in Figure 15-1. (Installing the VSTO also adds this folder and three template icons for Excel and Word 2003.) If you’re using Visual Basic .NET Standard, only Visual Basic Projects appear in the list.

Figure 15-1. The Toolkit adds an InfoPath Form Template icon for Visual Basic ...

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