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Video: Microsoft Office 2010 UI Customization (Custom Task Panes)

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Learn about building custom task panes, one of the most widely used ways to enhance end-user productivity in Office. Developers can use custom task to bring the end user information and data from virtually any source, whether via WCF, Web services, BCS, or SharePoint Lists. (Length: 5:34)

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