Convert OpenXML files to HTML on sharepoint

The sharepoint team recently posted an article up on OpenXMLdeveloper.org on how they allow you to convert files in the Office Open XML format into HTML directly on the server: http://openxmldeveloper.org/articles/MOSSconvert.aspx When they started investigating this solution, I made sure to point them at the XSLT that we build in Office 2003 to convert the…

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Simple SpreadsheetML file (part 2 of 3)

This is a continuation on the “Simple SpreadsheetML file Part 1” post I made a couple weeks ago. In that post we created a SpreadsheetML file that consisted of a simple table with 3 columns and 3 rows of data (plus a header row). The table looked like this: Sub Total Tax Total 14.95  …

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Week off

As I just mentioned in a comment I left in last week’s post, I’m actually attempting to take a bit of a break this week. We actually wrapped up the development work on Office 2007 last Friday. It’s been a huge release, and it’s really exciting to see it finally go out the door. I’ve…

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Novell and Microsoft teaming up on document interoperability

I’m sure by now most folks have read the news on the collaboration agreement between Novell and Microsoft. If not, you can read more up on the Microsoft interoperability site: http://www.microsoft.com/interop (Novell’s press release is here) There are a number of really cool pieces to this (Jason Matusow blogged on this yesterday), and one of…

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Simple SpreadsheetML file Part 1 of 3

I posted a bunch of “Intro to SpreadsheetML” posts about a year or so ago, but those were all based on the Office XP spreadsheetML format. I think an updated series based on the Open XML standard is long overdue. I’ll start off just building a simple table, and in future posts show more about…

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