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  • Blog Post: Office Client Content Published in April 2011: Excel, Open XML, Outlook, and Visio

    Just wanted to provide a quick summary of content published on MSDN for Office client applications in April, 2011: API References and SDKs Office 2010 Primary Interop Assembly Reference (MSDN refresh) Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office (April 2011 Refresh) Visio 2010...
  • Blog Post: Thanks for your feedback on the Open XML SDK

    Thanks, everyone, for voting on the Open XML SDK prototypes . Based on your feedback, we are making changes to the documentation for our next refresh in the fall. We will let you know once the updated documentation is live!
  • Blog Post: Introducing Word Automation Services

    My friend and colleague, Eric White, recently posted a superb write up on his blog about a new feature in SharePoint Server 2010 — Word Automation Services . Word Automation Services is a new service application included with SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise that provides document conversion capability...
  • Blog Post: Open XML SDK 2.0 CTP Available

    The Open XML SDK 2.0 Community Technology Preview (CTP) is here! You can find the documentation for it here and the SDK download here . Zeyad Rajabi, a Program Manager for the Open XML SDK, has begun a series of posts covering the Open XML SDK design goals and architecture, sprinkling in some sample...
  • Blog Post: Open XML SDK 1.0 Available

    Just read fantastic news from Erika Ehrli Cabral that the Open XML SDK 1.0 is now available. She writes: "The Open XML Format SDK Technology Preview simplifies the task of manipulating Open XML packages. The Open XML Application Programming Interface (API) encapsulates many common tasks that developers...
  • Blog Post: Open XML Format SDK April CTP

    Erika has a detailed post on the new release of the Open XML Format SDK, as well as the future of the SDK. The Client Dev Docs team is looking forward to creating the new components (Version 2.0, below) of the SDK over the coming year.
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