You can find OleDemo in the installation directory. By default something like this
Can you save OWC11 object to a file or stream? If yes then you can use it
as raw data for OleObject.
I’d suggest creating OleObject in the MS PowerPoint and after that
open presentation with Aspose.PowerPoint and check in debugger
what properties object has (ObjectName, ObjectClassId and etc).
Later you can set the same properties for your new objects.