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Excelize is a library written in pure Golang and providing a set of functions that allow you to write to and read from XLSX files. Support reads and writes XLSX file generated by Microsoft Excel™ 2007 and later. Support save file without losing original charts of XLSX. This library needs Go version 1.8 or later. The full API docs can be seen using go's built-in documentation tool, or online at godoc.org.Here is a minimal example usage that will create XLSX file.
Create advanced Excel spreadsheets using .NET, without the need of interop. All support is currently referred to Stack overflow. A tutorial is available in the wiki and the sample project can be downloaded with each version. The old site at Codeplex also contains material that can be helpful. Bugs and new feature requests can be added to the issues tracker.
Simple OOXML makes the creation of Open Office XML documents easier for developers. Modify or create any .docx or .xlsx document without Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel. Uses the Open Office SDK v 2.0.
The MarkLogic Authoring Sample App for Word lets authors enrich Word documents using Content Controls, associate and manage metadata with those Controls, as well as search and reuse existing Controls and their metadata in new Word documents.
This tool is a standalone tool that will allow users to extract all embedded Open XML Format objects from a document as standalone Open XML Format files that can be opened and edited. With the release of Office 2007 came the introduction of new default file formats, called Of...
A DITA-OT plug-in to generate Office Open XML (OOXML) output from DITA source. Standard DITA-OT plug-in installation, see DITA-OT documentation. Only latests stable version of DITA-OT is supported, but older version may work.
msoffcrypto-tool (formerly ms-offcrypto-tool) is a Python tool and library for decrypting encrypted MS Office files with password, intermediate key, or private key which generated its escrow key. Password and more key types are supported with library functions.
Please note that this is just a library and not a standalone converter. For further information and an example implementation see the frontend project. Another usage example is docx2tex. If you want to include this library in your XProc pipeline, please refer to this tutorial.
…or get source via Git. Please note that you have to add the --recursive option in order to clone docx2hub with submodules. You can specify a custom configuration file for docx2tex. There are two different formats to write a configuration.