Forgive me if this has already been answered, but I've done a pretty comprehensive search through the forums and google and haven't been able to find an answer.
Has anyone been successful in converting the OleObjectFrame.ObjectData of an embedded MSGraph Chart into a useable Microsoft.Office.Interop.Graph.Chart object that can be manipulated?
Casting the ObjectData doesn't seem to work, and I haven't figured out any other way of recreating the binary object in memory.
We have a PPT file that is used as a base template for producing client-facing presentations. The file contains dozens of embedded chart objects. At runtime, we need to open these chart objects, manipulate the data, and save those changes back into the PPT. Our end users have requested that the charts must remain as editable objects -- so embedding images produced by Aspose.Charts won't do, and Excel seems a bit heavy for our needs.
We are an Enterprise Aspose.Total customer, so we have access to the full range of Apose products if there is some other solution.