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Followers OpenXML SDK Frees Microsoft Office Files by Jeff Martin Follow 17 Followers Posted on Jun 27, 2014 Followers Open Source Word Generator Using OpenXML SDK 2.0 by Roopesh Shenoy Follow 0 Followers Posted on Jan 12, 2012 Followers Making OpenXML Easy with ClosedXML by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jul 20, 2011 3
Followers A New Library and Tooling Package for Open XML by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jun 17, 2011 4 Followers Manipulate Office Documents from the Command Line by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jun 24, 2008 Followers OOXML has been Rejected as an ISO Standard by Hartmut Wilms Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 05, 2007 1
Followers OpenXML Spreadsheet Formulas Called into Question by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jul 11, 2007 1 Followers Java and .NET Libraries for Open XML by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jun 12, 2007 Followers The Microsoft OBA Framework by James Vastbinder Follow 0 Followers Posted on Jun 11, 2007 3
Followers Article: Using Java to Crack Office 2007 by Floyd Marinescu Follow 38 Followers Posted on Jun 05, 2007 27 Followers Should You Bulk Convert from MS Office Binary to OpenXML? by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Feb 28, 2007 3 Followers Fire and Motion: What OpenXML Means to IBM and Lotus Notes by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jan 29, 2007 8
Followers OpenXML vs ODF: Round 2 by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Jan 22, 2007 Followers ECMA Passes OpenXML Standard to the Chagrin of ODF Supporters by Jonathan Allen Follow 636 Followers Posted on Dec 12, 2006 2

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Followers Using Java to Crack Office 2007 by Ted Neward Follow 3 Followers Posted on Jun 04, 2007 Office file manipulation used to be difficult, but since Office 2007, Word, Excel and Powerpoint files can be read and written without anything more complicated than the native JDK itself because Office 2007 documents are now nothing more than ZIP files of XML documents. Ted Neward demonstrates this in action. 27

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