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RasterEdge DocImage SDK for .NET enables C#.NET developers to add Word document viewing, displaying & reading functionality into your system using C# code compiling. Users only need to make sure you have installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or greater version on your computer. Then, you can use RasterEdge Web Document Viewer DLL to create Word document viewer in ASP.NET web site, Windows application or mobile application, with which Visual C# developers can load, view and annotate Word document through user-friendly interface.
This page will focus on how to create Word document viewer using Visual C# programming language. And it is divided into four parts.
- Features for C#.NET Word Document Viewer
- Minimum requirement for C# Word Document Viewer
- ASP.NET/Windows/Mobile Word Viewers introduction
- More C# Word processing user manuals
Besides this Visual C# guide for C# Office Word document viewer, RasterEdge also provides detailed Visual Basic Tutorial for Creating Word Web Viewer
. If you want to create a Windows viewer for Word instead, you can navigate to this VB.NET Guide for Creating Word Windows Viewer
. Furthermore, for more Word document processing user manuals in Visual C#.NET, please view the last section of this page.
Features for C#.NET Word Document Viewer
- An easy-to-use C#.NET Word document viewer with instinctive button design
- Adopt user-friendly interface that lets you load document from local file, database stream or byte array
- Render and view Word document page using png, jpeg, or vector image SVG at fast speed
- Support thumbnail preview for accurate Word page navigation and location in C#.NET
- Offer mature Word file page manipulation functions (add, delete & reorder pages) in document viewer
- Rich options to add annotations, such as rectangle/text/ellipse, to Word document using C#
- Able to save changes to Word document and output in native file format
- Support viewing Word document in HTML5 Web Viewer, Windows Viewer and Mobile Viewer
Minimum Requirements for C#.NET Word Document Viewer
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or above version installed
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or above version installed
- Visual C#.NET programming language (as well as Visual Basic .NET)
How to Create Word Viewer in Web/Windows/Mobile Applications
Listed here are three tutorials for Visual C# developers to create Word document viewers in ASP.NET web site/web project, Windows Forms application and Mobile project. After you create a Word document viewer using C#.NET, you can do advanced manipulations with other processing actions, such as loading Word from local file, deleting Word document page, adding annotations to Word page, saving Word file to local directory, printing Word file out, and so on. (Directly see online document viewer demo
C#.NET Web Viewer for Word Document
C#.NET Windows Viewer for Word Document
This is a detailed user manual with sample code for Visual C# developers to easily create a HTML5 Web Viewer for Microsoft Word document. Using this viewer, users can process MS DOCX file simply by clicking on buttons displayed on user-friendly interface. You will be able to load Word document quickly, add image or graphics annotation to any Word page, saving all changes to Word file, and more.
This C#.NET tutorial is written for Visual C# users to create a Windows Document Viewer to display & view Word document. Following this guide, you can create a Windows Word Viewer within few steps using C# programming language. Once it is done, you can freely conduct a variety of Microsoft Word document viewing and processing, such as adding annotations on Word page, adding or deleting a docx page, converting Word to images and PDF, etc.
C#.NET Mobile Viewer for Word Document
For mobile application developers, RasterEdge also provides easy-to-use Word document viewing and processing solution. C#.NET users can load, open, display, edit and save Word document in mobile applications at fast speed.
More C#.NET Imaging Solutions for Word Document
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