View ODP using Aspose.Slides
Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET is a powerful Python library used to open and view, manipulate or edit presentations, import presentations from images or documents, and convert presentations to files in other formats.
View ODP in Python
Using Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET , you can load and view a presentation with a few lines of code.
Python code for viewing ODP
import aspose.slides as slides
pres = slides.Presentation("presentation.odp")
controller = slides.export.ResponsiveHtmlController()
htmlOptions = slides.export.HtmlOptions()
htmlOptions.html_formatter = slides.export.HtmlFormatter.create_custom_formatter(controller)
# Saving the presentation to HTML
pres.save("index.html", slides.export.SaveFormat.HTML, htmlOptions)
How to view ODP in Python
Install Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET. See Installation .
Add the library as a reference in your project.
Instantiate a Presentation object and load the ODP file.
Create an instance of the ResponsiveHtmlController for formatting.
Create an instance of HtmlOptions and set the HtmlFormatter property.
Save the ODP presentation as HTML.
Call Process.Start with path to resulting HTML to load ODP content.