Open XML, SharePoint, and Office
Announcing Live Web-Cast on DocumentBuilder 2.0 on Sept 7, 8:00 AM PST
Fourth and Final Screen-Cast in Series on Adding/Updating the TOC in OpenXML WordprocessingML Documents
Screen-cast: shows how to update an OpenXML WordprocessingML table-of-contents using Word Automation Services.
Links: inserting / updating the TOC in a WordprocessingML document, removing speaker notes from a PresentationML document, and a short and sweet intro to DocumentBuilder 2.0.
Some links around the Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL)
Second Screen-Cast in Series on Adding / Updating Tables of Contents in Open XML WordprocessingML Documents
Second screen-cast in a series on adding / updating tables-of-contents in Open XML WordprocessingML documents. This screen-cast introduces some code in PowerTools for Open XML that makes it easy to insert a TOC into a document.
Introduces the first video in a series of screen-casts on tables-of-contents in Open XML WordprocessingML documents. After generating documents, developers sometimes need to insert an updated TOC at the beginning of the document.
Screen-cast that introduces a new class, TextReplacer, which replaces text in an Open XML WordprocessingML document.
Third screen-cast in a 3-part series. In this screen-cast, I explain how DocumentBuilder 2.0 is data-driven, which makes it more reliable. In addition, I explain a number of aspects of the code so that you can understand how DocumentBuilder works.
Second screen-cast in a 3-part series. In this screen-cast, I walk through merging documents that have comments where the comments have images in them.
On June 20, 2011 (two days ago), I posted an update to DocumentBuilder. After more extensive testing, I found and fixed a few bugs in less common scenarios, including if comments in multiple sources contain images, multiple sources contain endnotes with images, and a few other situations. If you have downloaded DocumentBuilder 2.0, please re-download [...]