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Office 2003: Host an Interactive Visio Drawing Surface in .NET Custom Clients

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Microsoft Office Visio 2003 introduces a new drawing component that allows you to embed an interactive drawing surface into your application's user interface. You can drive the Visio drawing component from events in your host application or with data from a Web Service and an ADO.NET data adapter. The Visio drawing component supports the rich Visio application programming model, giving you control over how graphics are used and displayed on the drawing surface. This article explains how to embed the Visio drawing component into a C#-based Windows Forms client app that retrieves data from the Fabrikam 2.0 Web Service.

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec and Blair Shaw

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All my documents are opening as read-only when I open from SharePoint sites even when I click on "Edit in ..." option on some machines.

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