Screen-Cast: Using altChunk to Import Content into an Open XML WordprocessingML Document
Return to the WordprocessingML Screen-Cast SeriesOne of the powerful tools that you have as an Open XML developer is that you can import content from a variety of sources into your Open XML WordprocessingML document. You use the altChunk capabilities of Open XML to do this. If you are unfamiliar with altChunk, this video explains exactly what it is and how it works. It walks through the markup, relationships, and content types. Further, this video shows importing MHT content that contains HTML, as well as images that are stored in base64 encoded ASCII. Using this approach, you can import HTML content that contains images.
This screen-cast is one in a series on Open XML WordprocessingML.