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Posted on 03/17/2016

Editor’s note: Windward’s CEO, David Thielen, is writing a series of blog posts on company core values. This is the fifth post in the series. Click here for the first, “Create a Team of ‘A’ Players.” This final core value is a subtle thing that is incredibly powerful: The graphic above pretty much sums up […] …read more

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Posted on 03/10/2016

Editor’s note: Windward’s CEO, David Thielen, is writing a series of blog posts on company core values. This is the fourth post in the series. Click here for the first, “Create a Team of ‘A’ Players.” We review our core values once a year. During the most recent review we realized that this is a […] …read more

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Posted on 03/08/2016

Recently our development team has worked on giving our charting output a big boost, especially with regards to HTML and PDF charts. We now support a number of new Microsoft Office chart features, including: Color styles All 10-15 Chart Styles that you can select from the Chart Styles gallery Gradient fills Pattern fills Theme colors […] …read more

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Posted on 03/03/2016

Editor’s note: Windward’s CEO, David Thielen, is writing a series of blog posts on company core values. This is the third post in the series. Click here for the first, “Create a Team of ‘A’ Players.” This in some ways is the hardest core value for us to adhere to: It’s tough to adhere to […] …read more

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Posted on 03/01/2016

The DOCX spec has some pretty convoluted paths to determining the formatting of an object. But this one may be the ultimate in complexity. Take a look at paragraphs 3 & 4 in this document. How is this set? Well… First, look at document.xml and the entire paragraph xml. We can see the numPr element […] …read more

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