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Default Creating a presentation dynamically

Hi,

I have this data in the database and pre-defined template slides on the web server.
What I need to do is to get the data from the database and to create a ppt from the available slides by populating content in them.

Can anyone suggest me how this can be done.

I did made a search on google and found out that you can use COM components to do this in a windows app but not in web.

It also suggested for using Open XML but since I am using .Net 2003 and not 2005, it also poses problems in implementation.

There are third party tools to do this but don't want to do that.
Is there an alternate way to do it ?

Thanks in advance.






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