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Using word.application

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I have a simple question, I hope.

I've been developing an app that makes use of MS Word 11 Object
Library, it creates a Word.Application, loads a doc and prints it, and
it works very well on several PCs we have here that have Office 2003
installed.

I've installed it (using ClickOnce) on a new PC without office, and
the app works fine, except when it comes to do some printing using the
above mentioned thing. it says it can't create activeX object.

If I were to install Office 2003 on it, it would work fine no doubt.
Is this right? I was under the assumption that I could distribute the
nessesary files for it to work on any PC, regardless of whether it has
Office installed.

If this is the case, what references should I have in my project?
I have:
Microsoft.Office.Core
Word

Are these the only two I need?
Scott
Feb 7 '06 #1
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