CodeSnip: Generating Word Reports in WinForms Using Microsoft Office Library
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by Vishal Patil
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Conclusion

Customizable reports can be generated in Win forms application using Microsoft Word.

This is an easy and convenient way for the creation and customization of reports and takes advantage of the formatting and presentation capabilities of Microsoft Word.


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Name: dsfdasf
Date: 2012-05-03 8:28:58 AM
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Title: How to save this file   
Name: Nick
Date: 2010-06-14 11:25:07 PM
Comment:
Hello Sir,
Can you please guide me for How to save this file instead of opening directly?
Title: Thanking you   
Name: madhu kumar
Date: 2009-03-25 8:37:22 AM
Comment:
Hi Vishal
Your article is really helpful. I am just starting with implementation of Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word namespace samples. Thank you for this.

I wish you provide more samples.

Regards
Madhu Kumar.B
Title: M   
Name: Naveed
Date: 2007-09-19 10:16:19 AM
Comment:
'FOR PAGE BREAK
SELECTION.TYPETEXT(CHR(12))
'This will add the Page break to the word document
Title: KoOl Code   
Name: Naveed
Date: 2007-09-18 4:09:00 AM
Comment:
kOol Article.. I was looking for a good a code and i find yours.
Thanksss
Title: Output to WORDS in ASP.NET   
Name: Lennie Kuah
Date: 2007-08-20 7:14:10 PM
Comment:
I am using DataReader and looping thru it. On each loop I am trying to output the data to WORDS document. When there is a change in ProductID, I want to insert a page break. How do I do that, please help.

Thanks
Title: word report in visual studio 2005   
Name: kirti
Date: 2007-05-24 6:55:08 AM
Comment:
how can generate word report in visual studio 2005
Title: Image   
Name: Praveen
Date: 2007-05-10 12:58:21 PM
Comment:
How can I add an image from a database field to this file?

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