Looking at the Word Object Model

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Microsoft Word is probably one of the most commonly used software packages. What many people don’t realize is that it exposes a very rich and fully featured object model. The object model is based around three basic objects. This is the top level Application object and the underlying Document and Selection objects. Each of these objects provides a unique set of features that are important to understand when starting to work with Microsoft Word. In this screencast Thom takes a look at these objects and some of the ways they can be used.



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    Yes, there are real, live .NET developers outside of Microsoft demo mavens working with Microsoft Word. This tool called CleanXHTML converts selections or entire documents into XHTML for Blogging and other data entry needs.

    One little tip: Set the Document.Saved property to true to prevent saving Toolbars programmatically added to Word.Tongue Out

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