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Hi to all, How can i embed ms word to my html page and use it as a content editor in all browsers like IE,Firefox,Chrome ,... .
Please  help me.

What I have tried:

i use an ActiveX but,it work only on IE.
Updated 21-Feb-16 1:38am
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 21-Feb-16 6:03am
majidz 21-Feb-16 6:12am
what's your mean?
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 21-Feb-16 6:24am
No, it is not possible...
(And I do not write what I think of the idea, because there are underage members too)
Patrice T 21-Feb-16 6:15am
No it is not possible.
majidz 21-Feb-16 6:18am
There isn't any way?
Patrice T 21-Feb-16 6:26am
No, and it is not what the ActiveX is doing.
majidz 21-Feb-16 8:08am
For example , i want something like this

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Solution 1

Just to add to what Peter and ppolymorphe have said: no, it's not possible. Only IE will run ActiveX controls, and very, very few installations of IE will allow you to load or run an ActiveX control anyway because of the security concerns.

If you could do it, you would still have major problems: for example, I do not have Word loaded on this computer, or on my tablet, or my phone - and since the browser is all client side processing, that would be compulsory if this was to work.

Instead stop and think about exactly what you are trying to achieve, and if you actually need a full on, heavy weight word processor to do some editing on an HTML page. I wouldn't, if only because the browser couldn't save it locally - security forbids that - and it would be pretty nasty to save at the server side every few minutes...and if the connection fails or the session expires, I lose everything I typed and am not a happy bunny at all...
majidz 21-Feb-16 8:10am
For example , i want something like this
Dave Kreskowiak 21-Feb-16 9:47am
You cannot use Word 365 in your own webpage. You have to create your website in Office 365 but you need an Office 365 subscription to do it. Read this[^].

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