Open XML WordprocessingML Style Inheritance (Post #4)

When working with WordprocessingML, nearly all of the information that we need to render paragraphs, tables, and numbered items is contained in styles, stored in the WordprocessingML Style Definitions part.  Styles are somewhat complicated because styles have inherited behavior – one style can be based on another style.  Rendering of text that has the derived…

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Transforming Open XML Word-Processing Documents to Html (Post #3)

Over the last couple of weeks, and over the next week, I’ve been designing and writing some code to convert Open XML word-processing documents to HTML (or Xhtml).  My first post described in broad strokes my goals, my motivations for writing this code, and some details about the approach that I’m considering.  My second post…

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Transforming Open XML Word-Processing Documents to XHtml (Post #2)

Last week, I blogged about a small project that I’m embarking on: to make a reasonably accurate transform from Open XML word-processing markup to XHTML.  I wrote about the approach that I’ll be taking, and my initial thoughts about how to proceed.  I’ve done a bit of research, and this week, I’ll lay out more…

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Generating Documents from SharePoint Lists using Open XML Content Controls

It’s often the case that a department manager needs to regularly send a nicely formatted status report to her general manager or that a team leader needs to send a weekly status report to a number of interested parties.  To collaborate with others in their organizations, both the manager and the team leader can maintain…

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Transforming Open XML Word-Processing Documents to XHtml

Over the next couple of weeks, I’m going to spend some time writing some LINQ to XML code to transform pen XML word-processing documents to XHtml.  Just for fun, as I go, I’m going to post my progress, posting the code, talking about the issues I come across, and in general, being transparent about this…

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New Open XML Developer Center on MSDN

As most developers who work with Microsoft technologies know, there are Developer Centers on MSDN.  Each developer center, run by a team devoted to the technology, contains the best resources for that technology, including links to SDK downloads, documentation, whitepapers, code samples on Code Gallery and CodePlex, bloggers and their posts, forums, and more.  These…

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