MarkLogic Sample Authoring App for PowerPoint

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The MarkLogic Sample Authoring App for PowerPoint® is a simple yet powerful application that integrates content enrichment, search and reuse in Microsoft PowerPoint. The ability to enrich, search, and reuse content at a component level in PowerPoint, saves users a significant amount of time as they can build presentations from existing content and enables document collaboration within teams.

This application allows authors to enrich their presentations, giving them the ability to tag components and associate custom metadata with tagged content. Authors can also use the application to manage and edit their metadata, search and reuse existing components from PowerPoint presentations saved in MarkLogic.

With the Sample Authoring Application for PowerPoint users can

  • Enrich PowerPoint presentations by tagging presentations, slides, and slide components
  • Associate custom metadata with those identified components
  • Search those identified components once saved in MarkLogic Server
  • Reuse components from presentations saved in MarkLogic Server to the presentation being authored while retaining any associated metadata across documents

The MarkLogic Sample Authoring App for PowerPoint® is built using the MarkLogic Toolkit for PowerPoint® and is just one example of a type of content application you can build using the Toolkit and MarkLogic Server.

The MarkLogic Sample Authoring App for PowerPoint is distributed as an open source project sponsored by MarkLogic. Under the terms of the Apache 2.0 license, you are free to inspect and change the code to suit your needs. However, we encourage you to contribute enhancements and bug fixes back for the benefit of the entire community. For more information about this toolkit or how to contribute please contact opensource@marklogic.com.

 

    Sample App for PowerPoint

     

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    • Are there any plans to upgrade the PowerPoint toolkit to be compatible with PowerPoint 2010. Currently multiple PowerPoint 2010 instances causes problems with the current addIn.