Total Visual SourceBook 2007 released

New version adds compatibility with Access and Outlook 2007, plus support for Windows Vista and 7.
December 23, 2009 - 10:31
Feature Release

Total Visual SourceBook adds enhanced functionality to your applications and components via more than 85,000 lines of code that has already been written and tested for you. Organized in a powerful code browser integrated with the VB IDE, Total Visual SourceBook lets you insert code directly into your projects and save your own code to share with your team.

Updates in 2007

  • Code for Access 2007 ACCDB databases and the new complex field types
  • Code for Outlook 2007 calendars, contacts, folders, emails, notes, and tasks
  • More code for Access Data Projects (ADPs) and ADODB
  • Access application enhancements for startup, transparency, ribbons, spell checker, encryption, etc.
  • Code for Twitter and Maps
  • Code for SharePoint, TAPI, Visual SourceSafe, etc.
  • Code Browser enhancements for applying your error handling
  • Vista and Windows 7 support

About FMS

Founded in 1986, FMS is a privately held software firm located in Tysons Corner, Virginia. FMS is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and was recently recognized as an SD Times 100. FMS customers comprise small to large organizations including 90 of the Fortune 100 and every US federal government department.

Viewing example code in Total Visual SourceBook.

Total Visual SourceBook

Add enhanced functionality to your applications and components via more than 85,000 lines of code that's already written and tested for you.

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