System.NotSupportedException: Named parameters are not supported by the Automation layer. Use positional parameters instead.

System.NotSupportedException: Named parameters are not supported by the Automation layer. Use positional parameters instead.

In the Silverlight 5 Release Candidate I created an application that interacts with the Word Interop object. The idea behind the application was to allow people to edit word documents that are supplied by the browser. The whole process was utilising Silverlight 5 new feature of in browser elevated trusts.

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HOW TO: Silverlight 5 RC in-browser elevated trusts

HOW TO: Silverlight 5 RC in-browser elevated trusts

Recently I have been working on a Silverlight Application that requires in-browser elevated trusts in order to launch Microsoft Word. As Silverlight 5 is currently in release candidate I found that there wasn’t much information on getting the client to trust in-browser elevated trusts. Everyone’s blog that I looked at seemed to reference the same Microsoft Document that didn’t offer much information!

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