Version 1 of the Open XML SDK is now available for free download from MSDN. Here are the links:
This is the final "go-live" Version 1, so you can deploy solutions that you build using this version.
Going forward, the next step for the SDK will be the CTP of Version 2 planned for this summer, as covered in the Open XML SDK roadmap. We'd love to have even more developers providing feedback on the CTPs through the Connect program; here are the steps for signing up:
Open XML Developer Resources
In addition to the links above, don't forget about all of the great Open XML content on MSDN. These resources can help you get up to speed quickly on Open XML development topics:
And if you're at TechEd this week in Orlando, come on by the Open XML booth, where we're giving away brand-new hot-off-the-presses Open XML developer posters, recently updated by Erika. We're in the building on International Drive with colossal clamshells above both ends ...
Version 1 of the Open XML SDK is now available for free download from MSDN. More about it on Doug Mahugh's
Tänasest on kättesaadav OpenXML Fomrat SDK 1.0 ehk siis .Net -i API, millega on võimalik programmiliselt
Microsoft announced this week the release of Version 1 of the Open XML Formats SDK, an API that allows...
Doug Mahugh : Open XML SDK Version 1 released (소식) Open XML SDK 로드맵대로 1.0을 출시하고, 2.0 출시를 준비하고 있습니다. 1.0에서는
Let’s see what the OpenXML guru’s take about it .. Here is full description from none other then …Erika
Open XML SDK Version 1 releasedVersion 1 of the Open XML SDK is now available for free download from...
Very cool post from Eric White that introduces a new CodePlex project to create PowerTools for OpenXML
Hot on the heels of the release of Version 1 of the Open XML SDK earlier this week, Eric White has posted
Open XML Format SDK Version 1.0 zum Download freigegeben
Generation of ODF-files on the .Net-platform
Using Open XML Format SDK 1.0 (Web application : C # or VB.Net), I want to build a file .docx from several other files .docx, each one constitutes a part of the final document. For example:
Header.docx (which contains the Header of the final document - text and images, MailMerging fields...)
footer.docx (which contains the footer of the final document - text and images, MailMerging fields...)
Paragraph-1.docx (which contains the paragraph 1 of the final document - text and images, MailMerging fields...)
some one have an idea?
Open XML Format Software Development Kit - August 2008