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Goodbye and Hello

OpenXmlDeveloper.org is Shutting Down

There is a time for all good things to come to an end, and the time has come to shut down OpenXmlDeveloper.org.

Screen-casts and blog posts: Content on OpenXmlDeveloper.org will be moving to EricWhite.com.

Forums: We are moving the forums to EricWhite.com and StackOverflow.com. Please do not post in the forums on OpenXmlDeveloper.org. Instead, please post in the forums at EricWhite.com or at StackOverflow.com.

Please see this blog post for more information about my plans moving forward.  Cheers, Eric

Use the Open XML Package Editor together with Word to Research Markup

Use the Open XML Package Editor together with Word to Research Markup

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This page has been moved.  You can find this content at the following link: Use the Open XML Package Editor together with Word to Research Markup

OpenXmlDeveloper.org is shutting down as an active site.  See this blog post at EricWhite.com for more information.

  • Eric, per your suggestion , I installed the VS 2010 addit. I see a outline of the openxml tags, but  i still don't see the  content.

    I was hoping to see <T>content</T>

    Am i missing something?

    Peter

  • @petercli,  not sure what you are not seeing.  Are you able to open XML parts in the Visual Studio XML editor?  For instance, find the main document part, right click on it, and pick Open from the menu.

  • Do you know if there is a package editor/add-in for VS 2012?

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