In the following sections, we demonstrate how to find the document part that contains the data in a worksheet, and add text and a number to a cell in the worksheet.
We use the sample Excel 2007 file available for download from the JKP Application Development Service Web site.
There are three basic tasks you'll perform with a DOM parser: reading an existing document, editing an existing document, and creating a new document.
You’ll probably be concerned with validating a document in one way or another as well.
Inside of the container are XML files () that: define the relationship between each part in the package, contain the data displayed in the document or workbook, define the styles and formatting used in the document, and contain information on the properties and settings of package and its document parts.
The Document Object Model (DOM) is the oldest, and arguably the easiest, method of working with generalized XML documents.
Microsoft’s XML Core Services 4.0 (MSXML2) provides a competent DOM parser that meets or extends all the W3C’s recommendations for a DOM Level 3 parser.
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