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How to read a doc file in C# 1.1? =)

Jan 14 '06 #1
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Assuming that by "doc" you refer to Microsoft Word document files, you need
to set a COM tab reference to the Word Object Library and use the provided
Runtime Callable Wrapper library to access the Word Object Model to load the
file and read whatever you need out of the document.

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How to read a doc file in C# 1.1? =)


Jan 15 '06 #2

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