Monthly Archives: March 2021
The VBA macros are used to automate different functionalities in PowerPoint presentations. For example, you can use VBA to perform repetitive tasks, generate charts and forms, etc. In this article, you will learn how to work with PowerPoint VBA macros programmatically. Particularly, the article will cover how to add, extract or remove VBA macros in PowerPoint presentations using C#.
Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful and feature-rich software that allows you to create stunning slides to use in your meetings and discussions. You might find yourself in situations where your presentation contains confidential information that you want to guard. In such cases, protecting the presentation file with a password can prove to be helpful. On the other hand, if you want to mark a presentation as final and do not want its contents to be modified, you can digitally sign the presentation file. As long as the signature is valid, you can be confident that the presentation file has not been altered. In light of that, this article will teach you how to protect PowerPoint presentations with a password or digital signature using C++.
Excel charts are used to visualize the data in spreadsheets. MS Excel supports a variety of charts such as line, bar, pie, doughnut, pyramid, bubble, etc. In this article, you will learn how to create different types of charts in Excel files using C#.
PDF files are a standard format for exchanging documents over the internet. There might be situations where you need to process the data in the PDF file and add that to a database. For such scenarios, converting the PDF document to CSV format might prove to be helpful. On the other hand, you might have some tabular data in CSV format that you want to share in a read-only manner with someone. You can achieve this by converting the CSV files to PDF format. In this article, you will learn how to interconvert PDF and CSV files programmatically using C++.
Annotations in PDF files are used to elaborate the content. An annotation could be a note, popup, or a graphical object such as an arrow, line, etc. Since PDF files are not editable, annotations let you provide additional information. In this article, you will learn how to work with annotations in PDF files programmatically. Particularly, you will learn how to add or remove annotations in PDF files using Java.
More often, GIF images are used to depict the animations. An animated GIF is a collection of frames combined together in a particular order. However, in certain cases, you have to convert GIF images to other raster image formats. For such cases, this article demonstrates how to convert a GIF image to PNG, JPEG, BMP, and TIFF formats using Java.
Excel is a popular format for sharing information. You may find yourself in situations where you have data in an Excel(XLS/XLSX) file that you need to import to a database. For this, you would need to convert the Excel file to CSV format. On the other hand, you may have data in CSV format exported from a database that you need to manipulate further in an Excel file. For such cases, you would need to convert the CSV file to Excel format. In this article, you will learn how to perform both these conversions programmatically using C++.
Scalable Vector Graphic, SVG, files are commonly used over the web because of their scalability and without changing the quality of the image. Two-dimensional graphics like logos, icons, and illustrations are often rendered in SVG file format. You can easily convert SVG to HTML file programmatically using C# language. In this article, you will learn several details about SVG to HTML webpage conversion.
Publisher (PUB) files are used for publishing content on large scale. However, limited applications support this file format so you may need an image or thumbnail of the PUB file for a quick preview. You can convert PUB to PNG, JPEG, or TIF image programmatically using C#.