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Word document generator using Open Xml 2.0 SDK

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WordDocumentGenerator is an utility to generate Word documents from templates using Visual Studio 2010 and Open XML 2.0 SDK. WordDocumentGenerator helps generate Word documents both non-refresh-able as well as refresh-able based on predefined templates using minimum code chang...

On(e) Note Notify

  •    DotNet

The main purpose of this project was to monitor Microsoft OneNote shared notebooks changes.

Show SharePoint Version in Office Documents

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The “Show SharePoint Version in Office Documents” solution can be used to extract version information stored in SharePoint document libraries and display it within Microsoft Office documents

Auto Style It for PowerPoint 2010

  •    CSharp

AutoStyle IT is a PowerPoint Addin that duplicates the selected slide x number of times so that each bullet (paragraph) will be highlighted on their own slide.




Word To SharePoint (Transform Word Documents to MOSS / WSS)

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A SharePoint Feature for easy conversion of Word 2007 documents to Sharepoint/MOSS. The solution also extracts, transfers and re-links images to a selected ImageLibrary, includes styles, tables, etc.

AntySpam Microsoft Outlook Plugin

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Anty spam plugin for Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2010, based on http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/DNSBL_Lookup.aspx article lines version 1.x.x for MS Outlook 2007 lines version 2.x.x for MS Outlook 2010 All it's developed in <C#> VSTO 4.0

Scribd for Microsoft Office

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Integrated Scribd for Microsoft Office 2007. Currently there is support for Microsoft Word 2007.

PSWriteWord - PSWriteWord is powershell module to create Microsoft Word documents without Microsoft Word installed

  •    PowerShell

PSWriteWord is PowerShell module to create Microsoft Word documents without Microsoft Word installed. This module is based on DocX from Xceed Software (https://github.com/xceedsoftware/DocX). DocX is the free, open source version of Xceed Words for .NET. Originally written by Cathal Coffey, and maintained by Przemyslaw Klys (me), it is now maintained by Xceed. This also means any bugs / issues with C# version of it will be available in PSWriteWord. On the other hand since Xceed releases new versions of DocX (just a few versions behind the pay version) it means eventually PSWriteWord will get even more features. This also means that if something is not yet available in commands that are listed below or are incomplete you can take the .net approach and simply use it that way.