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Unleashing the Full Power of Regular Expressions in Microsoft Office Documents

, 16 Jun 2008 CPOL
Part 1: A method of utilizing Regular Expressions to perform power searches in Microsoft Office Documents using .NET and the Microsoft Office Primary Interop Assemblies
msofficeregexdemo_app.zip
MSOfficeRegExDemo_App
MSOfficeRegExDemo.exe
Sample Docs
~$Regular Expression Test Document.doc
A Regular Expression Test Document.doc
A Regular Expression Test Document.rtf
Plugins
SSN_Validator.dll
NumericDateValidator.dll
msofficeregexdemo_src.zip
MSOfficeRegExDemo_Src
MSOfficeRegExDemo
bin
Debug
Plugins
Sample Docs
A Regular Expression Test Document.doc
A Regular Expression Test Document.rtf
~$Regular Expression Test Document.doc
MSOfficeRegExDemo.csproj.user
Properties
Settings.settings
NumericDateValidator
bin
Debug
NumericDateValidator.dll
NumericDateValidator.csproj.user
NumericDateValidator_VS2005.csproj.user
Properties
SSN_Validator
bin
Debug
SSN_Validator.dll
Properties
SSN_Validator.csproj.user

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David Saelman
Software Developer (Senior) CISCO Systems
United States United States
I started programming a TRS-80 Model I in Junior High School with the goal to write arcade games. Since then, I have had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of technologies and environments ranging from real-time telemetry data systems, state-of-the art digital paint and ink systems in Hollywood, 3D computer games, non-contact measurement acquisition devices, and digital TV systems. I have worked on everything from low-level device drivers to state of the art GUI apps using C#.
 
With my current job at CISCO, I have come first circle, working on embedded systems in C as well as writing advance real-time analysis tools in c#.

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