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Generating Powerpoints through ASP.NET Web Pages 2 (not MVC or web form)

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I need to know if it is possible to generate Powerpoint applications via and ASP.NET Web Pages 2 (not MVC or web form) and some code examples please.

Its okey if I need to pay for a .net componet for example.

I have looked at http://www.aspose.com/.net/powerpoint-component.aspx, but it doesnt work with ASP.NET Web Pages 2 only web form!

Any solution?
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Thanks for the answer

I checked it out, the Aspose solution is good, the other two is hard to get correct!
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The solution is Aspose!
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