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Hi friends,
 
I already ask this doubt and i get some solutions for my doubt. My doubt how i read a word document in my asp .net website. i got some answers but in that i cant read the word document in the correct format. i want to read the word document in the correct format as we view in the word. is there any solution for my question?
 
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Posted 17-Jan-11 22:29pm
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Solution 1

If you are saying that you want to build a web site that can read a word document, and display (and presumably edit) it exactly as it would be in word, then I'm afraid you have a lot of work to do. And I do mean a lot. As in a couple of million man-hours (that is an educated guess, but it won't be far off what MS have invested so far).
 
If you aren't, then please clarify your question.
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sathya.spidy at 19-Jan-11 7:34am
   
hi friend,
Sorry i didnt mean that i need the whole word operation in my website. i just want to read a word document in my website in the correct format.
vineethnair at 19-Jul-13 3:00am
   
hi friend u want convert data from database to word document
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Solution 4

Read a Word Document[^]which will guide you.
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Solution 6

Re: Read Word Document File from Server and save As this file on server Using Asp.net C#
 
Dec 17, 2011 10:39 AM | LINK
 
get   Word Document File from
 
object sourcefilename=server.mappath("path/filename");
 
read this file by
 
doc.open(..)
 
object distnationfilename=server.mappath("path/destinationfilename")
 
doc.saveas(..)
 
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Marcus Kramer at 19-Jan-12 10:25am
   
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Solution 7

You can use the in build MS Interope class libraries which are designed to perform the MS Office operations. These will be useful for you.
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