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how to create instance of powerpoint without using interop in infopath using c#

Posted on 2012-03-28
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Hi,

I am using infopath 2010 and it is compatible with 2007. but the problem is the powerpoint interop and office.core version.

in vb.net i use createobject to create an instance of object without using interop.

how to do the same in c# without using interop.

thanks
Raj
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Hi

I'm  a vb programmer mainly so this may be wrong!

Wouldn't you say

Type objType = Type.GetTypeFromProgID(“PowerPoint.Application”);
object objSum = Activator.CreateInstance(objType);
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