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Generating a document using PowerTools for Open XML and PowerShell
by Lawrence Hodson In this article I have a go at creating an Open XML Document using Microsoft’s excellent PowerShell command-line environment. To do so I use PowerTools for Open XML, recently updated on CodePlex ( http://www.codeplex.com/PowerTools ). As you’ll see it makes an otherwise difficult task...
Mon, Apr 6 2009
Adding Headers and Footers with SDK2.0
by Lawrence Hodson (aka Sharky) For Microsoft .NET developers the Open XML SDK v2.0 promises a friendlier API for delving into the new Office document formats. It is built over the System.IO.Packaging API, but adds strongly-typed classes, so I thought I’ve give it a whirl. I’ve not used either API’s...
Mon, Apr 6 2009
TextGlow - View Open XML Word documents with Silverlight
Displaying Open XML documents in Silverlight with TextGlow By James Newton-King The Office Open XML file format has opened up a new range of possibilities to working with documents. The Microsoft Office 2007 suite of products replaces the old binary formats and produces documents in a parser friendly...
Mon, Mar 23 2009
ECMA-376 and ODF1.1 Implementer notes for Office 2007 SP2 released
You may have seen that the implementer notes for Office 2007 SP2 for ECMA-376 and ODF1.1 are now available. ECMA-376 Implementer Notes for Office 2007 SP2 On the ECMA-376 Implementer Notes Site you will find detailed information about Office’s support for the ECMA-376 specification . These notes will...
Tue, Feb 10 2009
Open XML SDK V2 CTP available
Open XML SDK V2. The first CTP of V2 of the Open XML SDK is now available for download. This release includes a high-level DOM (document object model) for Open XML development, as well as several tools to streamline Open XML development: The OpenXmlDiff utility identifies differences in the markup in...
Tue, Sep 16 2008
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