Loads MS PowerPoint® library in memory

Namespace:  SautinSoft
Assembly:  UseOffice (in UseOffice.dll) Version: 4.3.12.15

Syntax

      
 C#  Visual Basic 
public int InitPowerPoint()
Public Function InitPowerPoint As Integer

Return Value

0 - Loading successfully
1 - Can't load MS PowerPoint® library in memory

Remarks



Examples

CopyHow to convert a PPTX file to a PDF file in C#
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Collections;

namespace Sample
{
    class Test
    {

        static void Main(string[] args)
        {

            //Convert PPTX file to PDF file
            //If you need more information about UseOffice .Net email us at:
            //support[at]sautinsoft.com        


            SautinSoft.UseOffice u = new SautinSoft.UseOffice();

            //Path to any local file
            string inputFilePath = Path.GetFullPath(Path.Combine(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(),@"..\..\..\..\..\..\Testing files\Point.pptx"));
            //Path to output resulted file
            string outputFilePath = Path.GetFullPath(Path.Combine(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(),@"..\..\..\..\..\..\Testing files\Result.pdf"));

            //Prepare UseOffice .Net, loads MS PowerPoint in memory
            int ret = u.InitPowerPoint();            

            //Return values:
            //0 - Loading successfully
            //1 - Can't load MS PowerPoint� library in memory 

            if (ret==1)
                return;

            //Converting
            ret = u.ConvertFile(inputFilePath, outputFilePath, SautinSoft.UseOffice.eDirection.PPTX_to_PDF);

            //Release MS PowerPoint from memory
            u.ClosePowerPoint();

            //0 - Converting successfully
            //1 - Can't open input file. Check that you are using full local path to input file, URL and relative path are not supported
            //2 - Can't create output file. Please check that you have permissions to write by this path or probably this path already used by another application
            //3 - Converting failed, please contact with our Support Team
            //4 - MS Office isn't installed. The component requires that any of these versions of MS Office should be installed: 2000, XP, 2003, 2007 or 2010
            if(ret==0 )
            {
                //Show produced file
                System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(outputFilePath);
            }        
        }
    }
}
CopyHow to convert a PPTX file to a PDF file in VB.Net
Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Text
Imports System.Collections


Module Module1
    Sub Main()
        'Convert PPTX file to PDF file
        'If you need more information about UseOffice .Net email us at:
        'support[at]sautinsoft.com        



        Dim u As New SautinSoft.UseOffice

        'Path to any local file
        Dim inputFilePath As String = Path.GetFullPath(Path.Combine(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(), "..\..\..\..\..\Testing files\Point.pptx"))
        'Path to output resulted file
        Dim outputFilePath As String = Path.GetFullPath(Path.Combine(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(), "..\..\..\..\..\Testing files\Result.pdf"))

        'Prepare UseOffice .Net, loads MS PowerPoint in memory
        Dim ret As Integer = u.InitPowerPoint()

        'Return values:
        '0 - Loading successfully
        '1 - Can't load MS PowerPoint� library in memory 


        If ret = 1 Then
            Return
        End If

        'Converting
        ret = u.ConvertFile(inputFilePath, outputFilePath, SautinSoft.UseOffice.eDirection.PPTX_to_PDF)

        'Release MS PowerPoint from memory
        u.ClosePowerPoint()

        '0 - Converting successfully
        '1 - Can't open input file. Check that you are using full local path to input file, URL and relative path are not supported
        '2 - Can't create output file. Please check that you have permissions to write by this path or probably this path already used by another application
        '3 - Converting failed, please contact with our Support Team
        '4 - MS Office isn't installed. The component requires that any of these versions of MS Office should be installed: 2000, XP, 2003, 2007 or 2010
        If ret = 0 Then
            'Show produced file
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(outputFilePath)
        End If
    End Sub
End Module

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