SharePoint 2010-Based Document Assembly and Manipulation Using Word Automation Services and Open XML

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The Open XML Formats are the new default file formats for Word, Excel and PowerPoint (docx, xlsx, pptx). With the Open XML SDK, which provides a set of .NET APIs that allows developers to create and manipulate documents in the Open XML Formats, and the Office services available on SharePoint 2010 (Word Automation Services, which performs high-performance bulk document conversions, and Excel Services, which provides server-side support for spreadsheet calculation), developers can now build solutions for server environments without the need of the Office clients. With just a few lines of code you will be able to create rich solutions, like document assembly.

This session is presented by Wouter van Vugt during SharePoint Connections 2010 in Amsterdam.

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Wouter is a Microsoft MVP and independent expert on Office and SharePoint technologies. He has focused on SharePoint Foundation as a developer platform, wrote the world’s first book on Open XML and is an author for MSDN. Wouter is a trainer with Critical Path Training, with which he successfully authored and delivered SharePoint 2010 workshops to hundreds of professional software developers from Microsoft as well as other ISVs and System Integrators that have participated in the private beta as part of the TAP, Metro and Ignite programs.

Check out Wouter’s SharePoint 2010 Development tools project on CodePlex.

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