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Integrating Help into Visual Studio .NET

, 17 Jan 2004
Document your C# code and have on-the-fly help directly integrated into Visual Studio .NET.
vshelpintegration_demo.zip
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VS.NET Help Integrator.csproj.user
VS.NET Help Integrator.suo
VS.NET Help Integrator.exe
vsnethelpintegrator.zip
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VS.NET Help Integrator.csproj.user
VS.NET Help Integrator.suo
VS.NET Help Integrator.exe
vsnethelpintegrator11.zip
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VS.NET Help Integrator.csproj.user
VS.NET Help Integrator.suo
VS.NET Help Integrator.exe
vsnethelpintegrator12.zip
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VS.NET Help Integrator.csproj.user
VS.NET Help Integrator.exe

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Sune Trudslev
Web Developer
Denmark Denmark
Sune has been programming since 1985.

He has worked with both assembler and many different programming languages, such as: Basic, Fortran, Pascal, C, C++, Delphi, and lately C#.

Sune is married and has two small children and is currently working as a developer for a Danish company called Skygate, currenly working on a cheap flight search engine called Momondo.

Personal blog can be found here.

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