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How to Research Open XML PresentationML
Recently, I received a question on one of forums here on OpenXMLDeveloper.org - how do you control the height for a table row, and also how to set the font size, background color, and etc. for a cell in a table in PresentationML. Rather than directly answer the question, I recorded a screen-cast that...
Thu, Jan 31 2013
Screen-cast: Remove Speaker Notes from an Open XML Presentation
When sending a presentation to customers or others outside of your organization, you often want to remove speaker notes. It is easy enough to use PowerPoint automation to remove the speaker notes , but if you are processing presentations server-side, you probably don't want to rely on automation...
Tue, Aug 16 2011
New Interoperability Content on MSDN
Last week, the Office Interoperability team updated the Learn Open Specifications and Interoperability page in the Open Specifications Developer Center . This update features the debut of the Open Specifications Interactive Pivot, 9 new learning modules, and one new article. Check out the Open Specifications...
Sat, Jun 25 2011
Generate Open XML Presentations using a Presentation Template
One of the most effective ways to build document generation systems is to enable creation of a template document. Generated documents are a product of the template document and some data or code that replaces certain key portions of the template document with content that is specific to the generated...
Mon, Jun 13 2011
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
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