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How to write ole

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The Microsoft Developer Support OLE File Property Reader 2.1 Sample demonstrates how to use the IPropertyStrorage interface to read and write document properties of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Visio files, independent of the application that created the file. The sample includes a binary COM component and the component source code, which developers working in managed code (VB.NET or C#) or scripting languages (VBScript, JScript, ASP) can use to better enhance their ability to index, search, organize or edit the properties of Office files from custom projects.

The sample has been updated in version 2.1 to handle non-OLE files, such as the new Office 2007 file formats, if a custom property handler is available. This will allow users that have the Office 2007 Compatibility Pack to read/write document properties for Office 2007 files without actually having Office 2007 installed.

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