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Getting Started with Open XML Development - Part III WordprocessingML Scenarios
This is the third in a series of screen-casts on getting started with Open XML development. In this screen-cast, I discuss the three most common scenarios around OpenXML WordprocessingML. Return to the Table of Contents of this screen-cast series.
Fri, Feb 10 2012
Displaying an Open XML WordprocessingML Document in a Web Browser Control in Windows Forms
This is a fun little project that I needed to do to help out a customer. The customer needed to select a specific subset of paragraphs in a WordprocessingML document based on certain search criteria, and then display the subset in a form (in a Windows Forms application). As it turns out, it was pretty...
Fri, Dec 9 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
Announcing the Release of PowerTools for Open XML 2.2
We’re very happy to announce the release of PowerTools for Open XML version 2.2, now available for download at powertools.codeplex.com . There are a number of great features in this new release: Merge-OpenXmlDocument incorporates DocumentBuilder 2.0, which is a much more robust implementation of...
Tue, Oct 11 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
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