Screen-Cast: New-Docx Cmdlet

As Open XML developers, we sometimes need to create a sample document with this or that feature. We then want to examine the resulting markup. We can always create a new document, insert a table, a content control, a text box, or some other feature, and then examine the markup. A time-saver for me is to use the New-Docx Cmdlet, which takes a large number of parameters, enabling us to generate documents with tables, headers, footers, end notes, foot notes, comments, bookmarks, hyperlinks, and so on. Further, it is super-easy to add new options to the New-Docx cmdlet – this screen-cast discusses how: