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  1. Allow Excel and Powerpoint to send formated tables and text

    Enhance the Office JS API to allow apps to keep the format information while sending a selected table or text (as Word does when selecting a text)

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  2. Customisable App Catalog User Experience/UI

    Allow the app catalog user experience and UI to be customised. The API at the moment doesn't allow enough information about the available apps for anything to be built up around a bespoke marketplace site.

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  3. VBA method for launching an app programmatically

    For a better integration of apps into the software, it would be nice to be able to launch a specific app programmatically from a macro.

    It could also allow for a better interactivity by displaying a specific content or task pane app based on specific events, such as clicking on a shape button, or via a keyboard shortcut, etc...

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  4. VBA Style Embedded IDE in Office

    One thing that I miss a lot is to have the ability to write .Net code for Excel with the simplicity of the VBA editor. VSTO is great for IT professionals but impractical for most advanced Excel users as most users are not privileged to install applications directly in large companies (so distributing an excel based model internally is impossible, and non-advanced users would not touch a spreadsheet which is too complicated to set up).

    The way VBA works is brillant, we have a single self contained spreadsheet that requires no installation, has no dependencies, and for which creating user-defined…

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