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Screen-Cast: Sections, Headers, and Footers
When generating documents, you sometimes will want to create documents with multiple sections, so that you can control page layout separately for each section. In addition, you sometimes will want to create headers and footers for each section. There are a few details to pay attention to, such as exactly...
Fri, Nov 18 2011
Merge Comments from Multiple OpenXML WordprocessingML Documents into a Single Document
Several years ago, I was at a Microsoft conference, and was asked by a couple of attendees how to merge comments from multiple Open XML WordprocessingML documents into a single document. Those developers had attempted to write code to do this, and were not successful. I took this as a challenge, and...
Thu, Nov 3 2011
Getting Started with Open XML Development - Part II Tools
This post introduces the second screen-cast in this series on getting started with Open XML development. In this screen-cast, I introduce the three most important tools that you will want to be familiar with: Return to the Table of Contents of this screen-cast series. Open XML Package Editor Power Tool...
Mon, Oct 24 2011
Advanced use of DocumentBuilder 2.0
The default approach to working with DocumentBuilder 2.0 enables you to take bits and pieces of multiple documents and assemble them together into a new document. However, there is an interesting scenario that this approach does not handle. You may want to import a document into a cell in a table, into...
Fri, Sep 23 2011
How to Retrieve the Text of a Bookmark from an OpenXML WordprocessingML Document
Sometimes developers use bookmarks to delineate text in an OpenXML WordprocessingML document. Then, as part of a larger system, they want to retrieve the text of that bookmark to process in some fashion. Retrieving the text of bookmarks is made somewhat more complicated because the w:bookmarkStart and...
Thu, Sep 1 2011
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