Visual Studio Tools for Office integration with Lotus Domino Web Services

Don’t miss our next Virtual User Group meeting with a presentation by PSC:
The Real World of Integration:
How Lotus Notes & Domino can work with Microsoft Office, Lotus Symphony and the power of Integra for Notes

Pre-registraion required!

Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Time: Noon ET/9:00 am PT
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)

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Welcome to the real world, where Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino are just part of your corporate toolset. This live, online presentation will introduce you to some unique and time saving techniques for the integration of Lotus Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET technologies, and Lotus Symphony. No matter what version of Notes you’re running (even 8.5) all the way back to 6.5, you’ll come away with a solid plan for Mail Merge, exporting to a spreadsheet, charting, presentation building, and integration on the Web.

You’ll learn some advanced topics such as Visual Studio Tools for Office integration with Lotus Domino Web Services. Plus, we’ll show you live demos on how to use Notes & Domino 8.5 to improve your integration options. Finally. we will touch on how the Integra for Notes reporting and integration framework can reduce your cost to provide your users with the reports they need to get their jobs done.

Don’t miss this informative and instructional presentation by leading Lotus guru John Head and long time expert Alex Kassabov.

The presentation is free for LotusUserGroup.org members, but requires pre-registration.
 
This Virtual User Group Meeting is brought to you by PSC, and is hosted by LotusUserGroup.org.

Read Ed Brill’s “IBM Lotus announces availability of Notes 8.5 and Symphony 1.2.1 at Macworld Expo”

The wonderful and amazing Ed Brill has announced at the MAC World and on his blog the official release of the IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 version. 

What a great time this is to have the announcement made in this venue with the official version release for the Mac OS X Leopard-powered computers!

If you do not have Ed in your feedreader by now, you really should have him listed…. he is a wealth of information and one of the oldest blogs I follow!