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Reading and Writing OOXML Metadata with iOS and Objective-C
By Martin Holman This tutorial will show how to access and display the Dublin Core properties of any OpenXML document. This could quite easily be extended to access any other sections of the OpenXML format. Right let’s get started! Fire up XCode. Create a window-based iPhone application as shown Here...
Sun, May 8 2011
Merging PowerPoint Presentations
This article will show you how to programmatically merge PowerPoint 2010 presentations into one using Open XML, Open XML SDK 2 and Visual Studio 2010. We have 3 PowerPoint 2010 presentations containing a calendar for each year from year 2011 to 2013 respectively. We’re going to merge them in to one presentation...
Thu, Jan 27 2011
Creating Office Open XML Documents on Windows Phone
Windows Phone 7 is the new mobile platform from Microsoft. Windows Phone 7 offers developers the ability to create custom applications using a built in Silverlight runtime that ships with the phone. In this article we are going to examine how to generate Office Open XML on the Windows Phone by porting...
Wed, Jan 12 2011
Using Custom XML Part as a data store
By Jay Macilquham This article will show you using a console application how to programmatically insert content controls into a word document to create a basic form which when filled out and saved will save the content to the Open XML custom XML part. Saving the form data inside the custom XML part instead...
Tue, Oct 26 2010
Creating DrawingML with Silverlight
by James Newton-King DrawingML is the graphics markup language used in Office Open XML documents. Unlike the standalone WordprocessingML and PresentationML languages which represent docx and pptx documents, DrawingML is always embedded inside another mark-up language as content. DrawingML is used throughout...
Thu, Oct 14 2010
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