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Ankush Bhatia’s Blog Map

Posted by Ankush on May 12, 2010


Its been very busy and I am not able to devote any time here. I have got lots of things in my plate/lots of blogable content but not able to share the information. Soon I will start writing the blog posts. This blog post is to give you a quick list of blogs which I have created on our Official blog site.

Blog Post 1:How to set the editing restrictions in Word using Open XML SDK 2.0

Recently I worked on a scenario where customer wanted to set the Document Editing Restrictions in Word 2007 using Open XML SDK 2.0. Document Editing Restrictions is nothing but Review | Protect Documents | Restrict Formatting and Editing option in MS Word 2007. It allows you to set different types of protection like  Readonly, Track changes, Comments and Filling in forms. Read more How to set the editing restrictions in Word using Open XML SDK 2.0

Blog Post 2:How to Sign the SignatureLine using Office Open XML

We can use PackageDigitalSignatureManager class available in System.IO.Packaging namespace to sign any part of an Open XML document. However, when we try to sign a document that has a signature line using this class, we will notice that though the document appears as signed, the signature line still appears as “needs to be signed”. In order to have the signature appear in the signature line, we will need to do some additional tasks which are mentioned in the resolution section below.  Read more How to Sign the SignatureLine using Office Open XML

Blog Post 3:How to merge two or more Word 2003 or Word 2007 XML documents into one Word 2007 XML document.

This blog explains how you can merge Word 2003/Word 2007 XMl documents into Word 2007 XML document using AltChunk

How to merge two or more Word 2003 or Word 2007 XML documents into one Word 2007 XML document.

Blog Post 4:Resizing the embedded OLE objects using .NET

 few days back, I’ve got a case where my customer wanted to resize the embedded OLE Object programmatically? In this case Excel was embedded in Visio, that embedded file added to the shapes collection in Visio but in reality its nothing but an OLE document and we want to resize the OLE document instead of Shape. Note that if you activate the Excel workbook, resize the OLE container window which contains in-place activated Excel ,close the activation mode- It will resize the OLE object but if you don’t activate the  Excel Object and try to resize it, it changes the shape property instead of the OLE Object. For more read Resizing the embedded OLE objects using .NET

Hopefully you will find them interesting!!1

In case if you would like me to create a blog on any Office programming issue, let me know @ ankush.bhatia@live.com

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2 Responses to “Ankush Bhatia’s Blog Map”

  1. Awesome content! Thank you!

    gilbert realtor

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