Announcing the Release of the December 2009 CTP for the Open XML SDK

I’m really happy to announce the 4 th CTP for the Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office ! There were four major improvements we made to the SDK: Full support for the Office 2010 Open XML formats Office 2010 schema and semantic level validation General improvements based on a recent Open XML SDK usability study Open XML SDK tools improvement Full Support for the Office 2010 Open XML Formats With the latest CTP you are able to create, edit, and consume Office generated Open XML formats for either Office 2007 or Office 2010.

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Announcing the Release of the December 2009 CTP for the Open XML SDK

Open XML SDK 2.0 April CTP Live & Silverlight DeepZoom Class Architecture Diagrams

For all of those fans of Open XML and followers of updates done to the Open XML Format SDK 2.0, one more happy day has arrived.

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Open XML SDK 2.0 April CTP Live & Silverlight DeepZoom Class Architecture Diagrams

Announcing the Release of the Open XML SDK Version 2 April 2009 CTP

I’m really happy to announce the release of the second CTP for version 2 of the Open XML SDK ! Back in October 2008 I showed you guys an architecture diagram of the Open XML SDK. Let’s take another look at this diagram: In version 1 of the Open XML SDK we released the Open XML Packaging API, which allows you to create, open and manipulate Open XML files at the package and part level. In the first CTP of version 2 we released the Open XML Low Level DOM and Stream Reading/Writing components, which allow you to create and manipulate objects within xml parts contained in an Open XML package.

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Announcing the Release of the Open XML SDK Version 2 April 2009 CTP

Removing Comments from a Wordprocessing Document Programmatically

One of the more common scenarios related to a Wordprocessing document is the need to sanitize a document in order to remove personally identifiable information. What do I mean by personally identifiable information? Well, I am talking about, among other things, comments, revisions, personal information such as author name, and hidden text

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Removing Comments from a Wordprocessing Document Programmatically