Visual studio 2005 tools for Office SE


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capitan

I'm having trouble getting this to install on win 7 32 bit pro. Does
anyone else have experience with this please? Thanks.
 
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Big Steel

I'm having trouble getting this to install on win 7 32 bit pro. Does
anyone else have experience with this please? Thanks.
What kind of problems?
 
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capitan

What kind of problems?
Hi, thanks for your reply.

It says under the heading 'Visual Studio Block' it's missing required
prerequisites, 'one of the supported MS Visual Studio 2005 products'.

Under the heading 'Visual Studio 2005 Locale Block' it's missing 'the
corresponding Visual Studio localized edition'.

Is there a .net framework I need to install first or something?
 
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Big Steel

Hi, thanks for your reply.

It says under the heading 'Visual Studio Block' it's missing required
prerequisites, 'one of the supported MS Visual Studio 2005 products'.


Under the heading 'Visual Studio 2005 Locale Block' it's missing 'the
corresponding Visual Studio localized edition'.

Is there a .net framework I need to install first or something?
<http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/aa948853>
 
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VanguardLH

capitan said:
I'm having trouble getting this to install on win 7 32 bit pro. Does
anyone else have experience with this please? Thanks.
Oh, "trouble", uh huh.

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capitan


Thanks for the link! It says there "To use Visual Studio 2005 on
Windows 7 you will need to install both Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack
1 and the Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 Update for Windows Vista."

So I downloaded both patches and they won't install because I guess VS
2005 express of some flavor needs to be on the win7 machine. After some
searching, I managed to find this page where I can download various
flavors, but how do I know which one I need?

I need this just so that Visual studio 2005 tools for Office SE will
install, so which flavor does it need?

Thanks again.
 
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capitan

Thanks for the link! It says there "To use Visual Studio 2005 on Windows
7 you will need to install both Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 and
the Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 Update for Windows Vista."

So I downloaded both patches and they won't install because I guess VS
2005 express of some flavor needs to be on the win7 machine. After some
searching, I managed to find this page where I can download various
flavors, but how do I know which one I need?
Sorry, forgot the link:
http://apdubey.blogspot.com/2009/04/microsoft-visual-studio-2005-express.html
 
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Big Steel

If you are working with VB, then you install VB. If it's C#, then you
install C#.
 
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capitan

If you are working with VB, then you install VB. If it's C#, then you
install C#.
I'm working with Visual studio 2005 tools for Office SE, does that use
VB instead of C#?
 
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Big Steel

I'm working with Visual studio 2005 tools for Office SE, does that use
VB instead of C#?
I don't know. But I suspect they are objects and program development
temples that can be used by C# or VB for MS Office solutions.

If you developing is C# use C#. If VB then use VB. Yoy can install VB
and C# Express on the machine and see what happens when you do the
office install.
 

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