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Hi, how can i manipulate office 2007 files via vs2005.Actually my
requirement is to analyze all the attachment present in the office
files like images, pdf objects, multimedia contents etc.I found that
framework 3.0+ has a native support for office 2007 but since i have
to do it with vs2005,are there some pretty nice way to do that.I found
some samples doing these thing by using zip library.Are there any
other efficient way to do so?
Thanks in advance.

Jul 15 '08 #1
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One option is to open the document and to ave it to a NEW folder as HTML:
this will separate the objects in the documents in a folder structure beneath
the NEW folder ... might make it easier.

Jul 15 '08 #2

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actually i am looking a c# solution for my project.Thanks.
Jul 15 '08 #3

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On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 21:49:11 -0700, <ha************@gmail.comwrote:
Hi, how can i manipulate office 2007 files via vs2005.Actually my
requirement is to analyze all the attachment present in the office
files like images, pdf objects, multimedia contents etc.I found that
framework 3.0+ has a native support for office 2007 but since i have
to do it with vs2005,are there some pretty nice way to do that.I found
some samples doing these thing by using zip library.Are there any
other efficient way to do so?
I didn't even realize .NET 3.0 and later had native support for Office
documents. It'd be great if you could elaborate on that (maybe just post
a link to some relevant MSDN documentation?)

You can use VS2005 with .NET 3.0, just install the latest .NET SDK. If
for some reason you want to limit yourself to .NET 2.0, I think you're
going to have to use the Office interop stuff that gets installed as part
of Office. That is, you'll have to have Office itself installed. But you
can automate Office with C# if you do that.

Pete
Jul 15 '08 #4

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