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PresentationBuilder is a part of the PowerTools for Open XML project that enables developers to shred and combine Open XML presentations in a variety of ways.
This page contains a summary of all content about PresentationBuilder.
Download PresentationBuilder from CodePlex.com
Download PresentationBuilder, which you can find in the Downloads tab in the project on CodePlex. PresentationBuilder source code and examples are in PowerTools for Open XML 3.1.*.
Quick Introduction to PresentationBuilder
Watch this first. Explains what PresentationBuilder is all about, and presents a short demo.
All About PresentationBuilder Part 1
Discusses the problem that PresentationBuilder solves. Shows how to build the sample. Explains the arguments to the constructors in detail. Also discusses the auxiliary files that PresentationBuilder.cs needs: PtUtil.cs, PtOpenXmlUtil.cs, and PtOpenXmlDocument.cs.
All about PresentationBuilder Part 2
Shows how slides are copied, along with the correct layout, master, and theme parts. Discusses how those parts are related to each other.
All About PresentationBuilder, Part 3
Shows how PresentationBuilder covers the various parts and relationships other than slides, master slides, layouts and themes.
Release of PresentationBuilder 2.4.0.
This version supports a large number of scenarios that were not supported in the previous versions.
Release of PresentationBuilder 2.5.0.
Optimizes storage of images.
Screen-Cast: Use Merge-Pptx Cmdlet to Shred and Combine Presentations
Explains and demonstrates the Merge-Pptx PowerShell Cmdlet, which enables you to manipulate PowerPoint presentations in interesting ways.