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Open word document using Microsoft .NET compact framework

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Hi All ,

I am new to Mobile development. I want to open word document in
mobile control. Also I should be able to edit and save it.

Is it possible to do it ?

I am using Microsoft .NET compact framework with Visual studio 2005.

Thanks and Regards
Mar 27 '08 #1
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Hi All ,

I am new to Mobile development. I want to open word document in
mobile control. Also I should be able to edit and save it.

Is it possible to do it ?

I am using Microsoft .NET compact framework with Visual studio 2005.

Thanks and Regards
Microsoft provides viewer applications but not editing.
Mar 27 '08 #2
2 New Member
Hi ,

Is it possible to develop application which will work like
word ? Atleast basic functionalities of new,open , save should

It should be able to add images with text into it.

How to develop it ? What should be approach ?

Thanks and Regards,
Mar 28 '08 #3

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