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C# PowerPoint - Convert PowerPoint to ODT in C#.NET

How to Use PowerPoint to ODT Conversion Control in C#.NET Application

PowerPoint to ODT Conversion Overview

RasterEdge PowerPoint to ODT converting control SDK (XDoc.PowerPoint for .NET) supports converting PowerPoint document to ODT file in .NET developing platforms using simple C# programming code.

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When using RasterEdge PowerPoint to JPEG converter library control SDK, C# developers may customize the names of all converted ODT files in .NET class application. In the following example, this C#.NET PowerPoint to DOT converter library will name the converted odt image file output .odt.

Convert PowerPoint to ODT Using C#.NET

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Use corresponding namespaces;

  using RasterEdge.Imaging.Basic;

  using RasterEdge.XDoc.PowerPoint;

Copy demo code below to achieve fast conversion from PowerPoint(2007) file to ODT file in C# programming.

PPTXDocument.ConvertToODPDocument(@"C:\1.pptx", @"C:\1.odp");