You can do this through VSTO or other third party software.
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Microsoft Office Word Viewer 2003 lets you view and print Word documents on a computer that does not have Word installed. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
889347 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/889347/) Description of the Microsoft Office Word Viewer 2003
I need to automate a web application. For this I am using C#.net and a Libary called "WatIn" whose reference I got from article on this site.
Using this it is simple to automate the general web applications. But My problem is different.
Also the combo buttons are arranged just as "Help", "Links", etc links are on this site, the only difference being that I can identify all the menu items under Help using Internet Explorer Deloper toolbar..
Can anybody out there help me in accessing those elements which are not identified by the Internet Explorer Developer toolbar.
I want a customized treeview where i want checkbox in a haphazard manner for eg. sometime i want to add checkbox in both parent and child node, and sometimes only in child node. for that i am trying to override the TreeNode class,so that i can add that class object(node) when i need a node with checkbox else the default TreeNode object(for this node.DrawDefault = false) but not getting any clue. Can somebody plz help me out.
I am working on site Builder Application,I used HtmlEventProxy Class
to attache Event ,but when i run exe i get this error (unable to cast object of type 'System.Windows.Forms.Button' to type 'HtmlEventsSmple.HtmlEventproxy'), i dont know how to solve this problem , please help me .
To make a class serializable, put: [Serializable] before the class declaration.
System.Windows.Forms.Button isn't a class you have access to, so this won't work.
You may be able to serialize the button's size, position, text, etc... If you add: [OnDeserializedAttribute()] just before a method, that method will be executed immediately after the object is deserialized.
Thus you can use the size, position, text, color, etc... to create an instance of the button following deserialization.
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