Adding rows to a table


#1

In the powerpoint i have to create there will be several tables.

The size of these tables and the number of rows in each table will obviously change according to a selection.

what i was hoping to do was in the template have the Header row and then using the code add the data rows.

i am aware that they really are not tables as to speak but this is vital.

i am coding a web app in vb.


Another question i have is if there is a way to identify a particular shape.

as on one of the slides i have a group of shapes each being a country which makes up a world map. what i would like to do is say indentify the France country shape and change it’s colour so that it stands out on the map.

Now i see that changing shape colours is included but i am unsure about how i could give each country shape an identifier.

Thank You.


#2

Dear JTaylor,

Thank you.
1. Changing tables will be implemented but little later. I included it to our planes.
2. Shape identifiers. Teoretically each group frame inside a presentation (not in the Aspose.PowerPoint) has property “shapename”. I will investigate if it’s possible to use it for identifying single shapes but I’m affraid MS PowerPoint will clear this property on save document.


#3

I was wondering if you could use the web > alternate text property of shapes to indentify a shape.

i know this exists in powerpoint 2003.

Thank you.


#4

Hello.

Is there any update on the support for tables (specifically add,delete,edit rows).

Will it be ready for the end of september?

which version(i.e that has table support & shape colours) would i have to purchase ?

Thank you.


#5

Dear James,

I’m planning to start work with shapes (lines, rectangles, etc) and tables tomorrow.
Yes, I hope tables will be ready at the end of September. You need Standard Edition to use it.


#6

Hi

Can you please tell when this functionality will be ready?

Thanks


#7

Dear James,

I will publish first hot fix with tables for testing on Monday.
And final release on 10th of October.