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Matthias Hänel wrote an article about a control he developed that essentially embeds MS-Word into a control written in c#

I'm wondering if Matthias is still around (this was back in 2002) and if he's updated this control to work with VS2010. When I try to use it in VB.Net 2010 (Word 2007) I get some odd sizing and display issues. I'm not a c# programmer but I managed to convert it to compile into VC2010 and update it to the .net 4.0 framework. However, some of the interop events didn't translate over and I just ended up commenting those out.

I'd be curious to hear if there have been any improvements made to the control over the years.


Posted 10-Jun-11 12:18pm
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You are asking about this article. Word Control for .NET[^]

No, There is no update. You may ask your question here[^]

But it looks like he is inactive here since 2008.

This content, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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