Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET
Python API to Create & Convert PowerPoint Presentations
A PowerPoint Python API for PPT/PPTX presentation creation, editing, spliting, merging, & conversion without using Microsoft Office PowerPoint.
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET is a very useful library that enables software developers to work with Microsoft PowerPoint presentations programmatically inside their own Python applications. The library provides Python developers with the ability to use Aspose.Slides in their projects by leveraging the power of .NET. The library provides Python developers with the capability to read, write, modify, render, and manipulate PowerPoint presentations using Python commands. It can be used on multiple platforms, including Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET is designed to be easy to use and has provided a wide range of features making it an ideal solution for creating and editing PowerPoint presentations. The library supports presentation generation & reading in various file formats such as PPT, PPTX, PPS, POT, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTX, POTM, ODP, PDF, and so on. The library also supports presentation export to some leading file formats such as PDF, PDF/A, XPS, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, SVG, HTML, and so on. Aspose.Slides is designed for high performance and can handle large PowerPoint presentations with ease.
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET library has provided support for various advanced and basic features for handling PowerPoint presentations, such as creating presentations from the scratch, adding or removing slides, setting slide properties, adding shapes, and modifying shape properties, changing font properties, adding and modifying colors, setting text alignment, adding multimedia elements to presentations (audio and video) and so on. Aspose.Slide library is very easy to use and provides a wide range of features making it an ideal choice for creating and modifying PowerPoint presentations.
At A Glance
An overview of Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET features.
- Generate Presentation
- Modify presentations
- Presentation Processing
- Compare presentations
- Clone Slides
- Join presentations
- Copying masters
- Search text
- Encrypt presentations
- creating Pivot Tables
- Importing formula
- Add Comments
- Preview slides
- Presentation Rendering
- Presentation to PDF
- Apply font styles
- Slides to images
- Add table
- Slides to SVG
- Text alignments
- Add charts
- Add slide notes
- Creating tables
- Presentation to XPS
- Presentation to HTML
- PPT to PPTX
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET supports popular Microsoft PowerPoint file formats listed below.
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET only requires .NET framework and Python 3.5 and above
Getting Started with Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET
The recommend way to install Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET is using pip. Please use the following command for a smooth installation.
Install Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET via pip
You can also download it directly from Aspose product release page.
pip install aspose.slides
PowerPoint Presentation Generation via Python
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET is a very useful solution for creating and managing PowerPoint presentations inside their own Python applications. The library has included several important features for handling presentations such as add slides to existing presentations, examine presentation, merge multiple presentations, insert images inside presentations, insert notes to presentations, merge specific slides from presentations, merge slides to presentation section, convert presentation to PDF and many more.
How to Merge Presentations via Python API?
import aspose.slides as slides with slides.Presentation("pres.pptx") as pres1: with slides.Presentation("Presentation1.pptx") as pres2: for slide in pres2.slides: pres1.slides.add_clone(slide) pres1.save("combined.pptx", slides.export.SaveFormat.PPTX)
Add & Manage Slides in Presentations via Python API
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET has included complete support for handling slides inside PowerPoint presentation using Python commands. Software developers can perform various operations for managing slides inside their PowerPoint presentations, such as adding slides to presentation, access slide in presentation, delete unwanted slides from the presentation, clone slides, compare slides, adjust slide layout, convert slides to image file formats, convert slides with custom sizes, set slide masters, copy slide contents, add slide transition, set transition effects and many more.
Create Simple Slide Transition effect via python API
import aspose.slides as slides # Instantiate Presentation class to load the source presentation file with slides.Presentation(path + "AccessSlides.pptx") as presentation: # Apply circle type transition on slide 1 presentation.slides.slide_show_transition.type = slides.slideshow.TransitionType.CIRCLE # Apply comb type transition on slide 2 presentation.slides.slide_show_transition.type = slides.slideshow.TransitionType.COMB # Write the presentation to disk presentation.save("SampleTransition_out.pptx", slides.export.SaveFormat.PPTX)
Add Comments to Presentations in Python Apps
Comments are very useful part of the presentations that helps users to provide feedback or communicate with their teammates when review presentations. Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET has provided complete support for adding and managing comments on presentations inside Python applications. The library has included various features for handling presentations, such as adding comments to a slide in a PowerPoint presentation, access an existing comment on a slide, reply to comments, add a modern comment to a slide, delete all comments and authors, delete specific comments on a slide and many more.
How to Delete Specific Comments on a Slide via Python API?
import aspose.pydrawing as draw import aspose.slides as slides from datetime import date with slides.Presentation() as presentation: slide = presentation.slides # add comments... author = presentation.comment_authors.add_author("Author", "A") author.comments.add_comment("comment 1", slide, draw.PointF(0.2, 0.2), date.today()) author.comments.add_comment("comment 2", slide, draw.PointF(0.3, 0.2), date.today()) # remove all comments that contain "comment 1" text for commentAuthor in presentation.comment_authors: toRemove =  for comment in slide.get_slide_comments(commentAuthor): if comment.text == "comment 1": toRemove.append(comment) for comment in toRemove: commentAuthor.comments.remove(comment) presentation.save("pres.pptx", slides.export.SaveFormat.PPTX)
Work With Hyperlinks in Presentations via Python API
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET has provided some useful features for handling hyperlinks inside PowerPoint presentations using Python API. The library allows software developers to add URL hyperlinks to texts, adding URL hyperlinks to shapes or frames, adding URL hyperlinks to media files, formatting hyperlinks, using hyperlinks to create table of contents, mutable hyperlink, supported properties in IHyperlinkQueries and many more. The following example demonstrates how to add a website hyperlink to a text using Python code.
How to Add a Website Hyperlink to a Text via Python API?
import aspose.slides as slides with slides.Presentation() as presentation: shape1 = presentation.slides.shapes.add_auto_shape(slides.ShapeType.RECTANGLE, 100, 100, 600, 50, False) shape1.add_text_frame("Aspose: File Format APIs") shape1.text_frame.paragraphs.portions.portion_format.hyperlink_click = slides.Hyperlink("https://www.aspose.com/") shape1.text_frame.paragraphs.portions.portion_format.hyperlink_click.tooltip = "More than 70% Fortune 100 companies trust Aspose APIs" shape1.text_frame.paragraphs.portions.portion_format.font_height = 32 presentation.save("presentation-out.pptx", slides.export.SaveFormat.PPTX)