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linux wine Word interop application.Documents.Open opens a document in word but does not return the document to the client
This is a known bug in Wine. You can read more here: http://osdir.com/ml/wine-bugs/2013-07/msg01794.html

Categories : C#

How do I search a txt document for a word and write that word to a new document for reporting?
Something like: foreach(var line in File.ReadLines(filename) .Where(l => l.Contains("ERROR MESSAGE"))) { // Log line } Additionally if you need specific information inside the line you can use a Regex to capture the information. I cannot provide a better example without more information.

Categories : C#

use excel 2010 vba to create a word document that consists text from multiple word files
As KazJaw said above, as an intermediate VBA user you should be able to create the userform and related code that allows your users to select the Word document as you describe. Once you get to working with the Word document things get a bit different from coding for Excel. Let me share the little I know about this: First, make sure you've activated the Word Object Library: on the Tools menu, click References. In the list of available references, find and select the appropriate Microsoft Word Object Library As I understand it, late binding just means declaring the object type when you assign the value. I have no idea if this will solve your 'Error Accessing the System Registry' issue. I have used late binding when I call Word Documents by first defining a variable as a generic object: D

Categories : Excel

Convert PDF document to Word document by programmatically without any third party tool (SSRS 2005)
There are many fundamental differences between PDF and Word making the approach you want highly undesirable as a general workflow. I'll give just one example: PDF typically does not store information about document structure - sentences, paragraphs, columns, tables... All it stores is the actual text at certain locations at a page. Word of course does have those concepts. Is it possible to do what you want? Yes, to some extent. In the general case with guesswork and approximation. If you know which information you want to convert it might be possible to search for it in the PDF file generated by SSRS and then generate a Word file out of it. However, if SSRS allows export to text, XML, RTF or any other structure based file format (however slightly structure based), you'd have a much easier

Categories : C#

Replace A string token in Word document with a word table
Try this: protected void InsertTableAtBookMark(string[][] docEnds, string bookmarkName) { Object oBookMarkName = bookmarkName; Range wRng = WordDoc.Bookmarks.get_Item(ref oBookMarkName).Range; Table wTable = WordDoc.Tables.Add(wRng, docEnds.Length, docEnds[0].Length); wTable.set_Style("Table Grid"); for (int i = 0; i < docEnds.Length; i++) { for (int j = 0; j < docEnds[0].Length; j++) { wTable.Cell(i, j).Range.Text = docEnds[i][j]; wTable.Cell(1, 1).Range.ParagraphFormat.Alignment = WdParagraphAlignment.wdAlignParagraphLeft; wTable.Cell(1, 1).VerticalAlignment = WdCellVerticalAlignment.wdCellAlignVerticalCenter; } } Borders wb = wT

Categories : Dotnet

PHP - Get a word count from an uploaded Microsoft Word document
You will need to: Distinguish the file type $file_name = $_FILES['image']['name']; $file_extn = end(explode(".", strtolower($_FILES['image']['name']))); if($file_extn == "doc" || $file_extn == "docx"){ docx2text(); }elseif($file_extn == "rtf"){ rtf2text(); } Convert the document to text http://stackoverflow.com/a/7371315/2512934 for doc or docx http://webcheatsheet.com/php/reading_the_clean_text_from_rtf.php for rtf Count the words http://php.net/manual/en/function.str-word-count.php

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How to read font size of each word in a word document using POI?
Yes, that's the correct way; the measurement is in half points. In a docx, you'd have something like: <w:rPr> <w:sz w:val="28" /> </w:rPr> ECMA 376 spec on @sz defines the unit as ST_HpsMeasure (Measurement in Half-Points) Its the same with the binary doc format, which HWPF supports. If you look at [MS-DOC], you'll see it also specifies the size of text in half-points.

Categories : Java

Populate with inherited document in Mongoose
Doh.. changing var componentSchema = new Schema({ name: String , desc: String }, { discriminatorKey : '_type' }) to var componentSchema = new Schema({ name: String , desc: String }, { collection : 'components', discriminatorKey : '_type' }) Fixes the issue. Not sure why.

Categories : Node Js

Populate combo box with Document/View separation (MFC)
Maybe the SendMessage could just pass a <type-of-list> to the View and the view could call a function in the document which returns the fields required by the view, like // define structure/class VIEWFIELDS which contain the items required by the View VIEWFIELDS ViewFields; nNextItem = 0; nNextItem = pDoc->GetNextItem(nListType, nNextItem, &ViewFields); until the function returns -1?

Categories : C++

Populate MongoDB Document schema object format using Node and MongoosJS
Turned out to be ridiculously simple, by using dot notation as the parameter, and some tweaks to the schema I use. User.find({}, function(err, doc){ callback(doc); }).populate("apps.id"); I am now getting { "_id": "520bb759e4b0845c7706b271", "fname": "Jane", "lname": "Doe", "role": "2", "apps": [ { "id": { "_id": "5208ed90e4b0b41ab826ac9f", "name": "App", "route": "app", "icon": "http://placehold.it/80x80&text=[App]", "rating": 4, "description": "Bacon ipsum dolor sit amet nulla ham qui sint exercitation eiusmod commodo, chuck duis velit. Aute in reprehenderit, dolore aliqua non est magna in labore pig pork biltong." }, "pinned": true } ] }

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DTD of Word Xml Document
Based on the comments you are using the 2003 "XML" output format, that schema is available from microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=101

Categories : Validation

creating pdf from word document in php
Have a look at your event log, it should have more detailed information. Most likely your web server is not logged in as the "correct user": http://www.pdfonline.com/easypdf/sdk/usermanual/running_on_server/printer_sdk/about_loader.htm

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How to get pagination of word document?
refer How to paginate a Word document from c# with Open XML in more if you can generate xml for it. Create a New Word Document, set Pagination into that. save the document as XML see tags for pagination. you might find something like footer1.xml

Categories : C#

Word document error
First of all, please note that serverside office interop isn't officially supported by Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/257757 Nevertheless I got a similar scenario running with power point and had to do the following steps to get rid of the error you describe: Run Microsoft Management Console (mmc.exe) Add Snap-In for "Component Services" Search for ComputersMy ComputerDCOM ConfigMicrosoft Office Power Point Slide (you may search for something that sounds correct for your word-scenario) Open Properties > Tab "Security" "Launch and Activation Permissions" > Edit ... Add your application pool user to this list and allow "Local Launch" and "Local Activation"

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Getting a textbox value from a word document using ASP.NET?
Unless you are going to install Microsoft Office on your server, I would recommend using the Open XML SDK 2.5 from Microsoft. With the SDK you can manipulate Microsoft Office documents for Office 2007 and higher: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30425 Here's some code for getting text from a TextBox using both the OpenXML and Office Interop methods: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using DocumentFormat.OpenXml; using DocumentFormat.OpenXml.Packaging; using DocumentFormat.OpenXml.Wordprocessing; using Word = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word; namespace OpenXMLSDKTest { class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { // Open XML Method object fileName = @"OpenXmlTest.d

Categories : C#

Updating MS Word Document w/ VB.NET
You've misspelled Word.Application. Also, consider adding a reference to the Microsoft Word Object Library, and then you can use strong types and intellisense: Dim newApp As New Word.Application newApp.Visible=True Dim newDoc = newApp.Documents.Add See here and here for some good starting points. I also refer you to my answer here (It's for python, but the principles are the same).

Categories : Vb.Net

How to parse MS Word document by style with VBA
I think you'll find the search function is probably more efficient for you. The following code will search the document and put the values into an array and then put them at the end of the document. It'll also set the paragraph style to reflect the original. Be aware you'll get a nasty output if you keep running it with the styles applied to the output at the end of the document. I've commented it fairly well but let me know if it doesn't make sense. Sub SearchStyles() Dim iCount As Integer, iArrayCount As Integer, bFound As Boolean 'We'll store our result in an array so set this up (assume 50 entries) ReDim sArray(1 To iArrayCount) As String iArrayCount = 50 'State your Style type sMyStyle = "Heading 1" 'Always start at the top of the document Selec

Categories : Vba

Converting a pdf to word document using java
You can use 7-pdf library have a look at this it may help : http://www.7-pdf.de/sites/default/files/guide/manuals/library/index.html PS: itext has some issues when given file is non RGB image, try this out!!

Categories : Java

Displaying a word document in JPanel
No you can't display a Word document in a JPanel. But you can use the Desktop class. See How to Integrate With the Desktop Class.

Categories : Java

Writing a word document in Java
You need to use a .doc processor java library. Without the help of word processor library, you need to know the format of .doc documents, just you know the structure of .html documents. Apache poi is a good example of such a library. Another approach is to port the MS Office libraries to a java library using COM bridges. I have been using a commercial tool for that purpose. JACOB seems an open source example of a Java-COM bridge, though I have not tested this product.

Categories : Java

How do we get to know whether a macro is present or not in a word document?
Use a library that can parse Word documents. Apache POI is good choice as long as the documents aren't too big. The library allows you to load the document. Afterwards, you can examine the various parts. Bug 52949 has an attachment with sample code how to extract Macro code. This should get you started. You you're using the new XML format .docx / OOXML, then the word file is in fact a ZIP archive that you can unpack using the standard Java library. Inside, you will find a lot of XML files. The macros should be there as well.

Categories : Java

Sending a Word Document as an email
You need to write a Microsoft Word addin to do this. For basic on this check microsoft site: Word solutions with Visual Studio And you can do something like below to solve your quesstion. The code will send the mail when you save the document. With a word addin you have alot of events you can cacth and do your own stuff. Or you can add your own button, if you want to send the mail by clicking a button. void ThisAddIn_Startup(object sender, System.EventArgs e) { this.Application.DocumentBeforeSave += new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.ApplicationEvents4_DocumentBeforeSaveEventHandler(DocumentSave); } void DocumentSave(Word.Document doc, ref bool test, ref bool test2) { if(doc is Word.Document) { SendMailWithAttachment(doc); } } public void SendMail

Categories : C#

vba excel open word document
The file may be in use by another application which is why you're being told it is read-only. This isn't a problem unless you want to write to the file. If you're only trying to read from it my suggestion is to add Application.DisplayAlerts = False to see if it gets rid of the prompt for you. Also note that it is generally good practice to do something more along the lines of Sub YourMethod Dim PrevDispAlerts as Boolean PrevDispAlerts = Application.DisplayAlerts Application.DisplayAlerts = False 'code that does something goes here Application.DisplayAlerts = PrevDispAlerts End Sub

Categories : Excel

script to parse word document
Assuming new lines as described, split at new lines and make choices depending on blank lines, e.g. function parse(str) { var a = str.split(' '), // split input and var everything flag = 0, question = -1, qLine = 0, i, questions = []; for (i = 0; i < a.length; ++i) { // loop over lines if (!a[i]) { // if blank line, flag = 1 - flag; // flip choice qLine = 0; // reset multi-line counter } else if (flag === 0) { // if question line if (qLine === 0) { // if new question questions.push({ // add to questions label: a[i], options: [], answer: [] }); ++question; // and increase que

Categories : PHP

Is it possible to open a word document from a particular location in C#
An HTTP response can't contain a reference to a file path on the client computer, if that's what you're after then the answer is no. If the file is on the server and you want it to open on the client, then you need to read the entire contents of the file and write those contents to the response.

Categories : C#

How to convert Panel to Word Document?
You can use word interop. If I understand well, you want to create a word document, adding texte, and register in your desk(or somewhere else)? Look at this msdn library : Word.Interop You will be able to create a word document, and append text you want.

Categories : C#

Insert picture in word document
First, I would like to point out the example provided by apache poi - Link, i.e. the correct way to do it would be doc.createParagraph().createRun().addPicture(new FileInputStream(imgFile), format, imgFile, Units.toEMU(200), Units.toEMU(200)); However, there is still an existing bug which renders the .docx file unreadable after executing the above statement. It might be resolved soon, in which case the above-mentioned statement will do the work. For the meantime, there is a work-around. First, generate the docx file without any pictures. Then add this class CustomXWPFDocument to your package. import org.apache.poi.xwpf.usermodel.XWPFDocument; import org.apache.xmlbeans.XmlException; import org.apache.xmlbeans.XmlToken; import org.openxmlformats.schemas.drawingml.x2006.main.CTNonVisua

Categories : Java

How search in doc file (word document) in iOS
Firstly convert doc or docx file into PDF using iOS-htmltopdf Now there many API available for PDF word searching functionality such as PDFKitten. Hope its helpful in right direction........

Categories : Iphone

Get the list numbers from Word document?
Found the answer. I had to get the ListString value: // Loop through each table in the document, // grab only text from cells in the first column // in each table. foreach (Table tb in docs.Tables) { for (int row = 1; row <= tb.Rows.Count; row++) { var cell = tb.Cell(row, 1); var listNumber = cell.Range.ListFormat.ListString; var text = listNumber + " " + cell.Range.Text; dt.Rows.Add(text); } }

Categories : C#

create word document with html content in c#
You might use a HTML file as the source: using System; using System.IO; using System.Reflection; using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word; using System.Windows.Forms; class Program { [STAThread] public static void Main() { var file = new FileInfo("input.html"); Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application app = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application(); try { app.Visible = true; object missing = Missing.Value; object visible = true; _Document doc = app.Documents.Add(ref missing, ref missing, ref missing, ref visible); var bookMark = doc.Words.First.Bookmarks.Add("entry"); bookMark.Range.InsertFile(fil

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How to parse text from MS Word document to string
You could give a look at NPOI: This project is the .NET version of POI Java project at http://poi.apache.org/. POI is an open source project which can help you read/write xls, doc, ppt files. It has a wide application. Take a look at this previous SO thread for more information.

Categories : C#

Acess current document in Word interop
It has been a while..maybe there is now a cleaner way without having to use Visual Basic from C Sharp; Using C Sharp with Office Interop has improved recently. I dug this up from very old code, but I use it a lot: using Microsoft.VisualBasic; Application wordApp = (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application)Interaction.GetObject(null, "Word.Application"); Note the use of null for first parameter PathName. Use of empty string would return a new object instance of Word Application. If you omit the PathName, GetObject will return currently active object. You may want to wrap in a try/catch, and if COM exception occurs, use CreateObject (unless these new-fangled programming practices call this bad practice)

Categories : C#

Editable Word Document Report in DevExpress
You can use XtraReport.ExportToRtf(). See here for the documentation Microsoft Word will open and save an .rtf document without any problems. If you really need the output in .doc or .docx format, have a look at this answer.

Categories : C#

Get current Word document's save directory
ActiveDocument.FullName The above gives the full path to the document, including the file name. ActiveDocument.Path The above gives the directory where your document is saved. ActiveDocument.Name The above gives the name of the document, without path information.

Categories : Vba

How to load Word document from byte array
Try this.... byte[] bte = File.ReadAllBytes("E:\test.doc"); // Put the Reading file File.WriteAllBytes(@"E:\test1.doc", bte); // Same contents you will get in byte[] and that will be save here

Categories : C#

Adding shapes at different pages of a MS Word Document in C#
First of all if all you need is generating .docx files, cosider using the OpenXML project. It'll work much faster and will not suffer from issues related with working with Word (like multithreading, files not closed properly or licensing). Generating documents with OpenXML is not trivial, but it becomes much easier if you use the productivity tool - it lets you open any document and generates c# code that would recreate it. Regarding your question, word inserts it exactly where you ask it - the function receives an absolute vertical coordinates and the coordinates you provide point to the first page. So instead of using wdVerticalPositionRelativeToPage use wdVerticalPositionRelativeToTextBoundary, in the case of regular of normal text it will give you the absolute coordinate. Or you can

Categories : C#

How can I reliably get the number of pages in a Word document?
After you've made all your changes, you can use OnTime to force a slight delay before reading the page statistics. Application.OnTime When:=Now + TimeValue("00:00:02"), _ Name:="UpdateStats" I would also update all the fields before this OnTime statement: ActiveDocument.Range.Fields.Update

Categories : Vba

Create Word document from Excel database
I wouldn't call Excel a database. ;) Nevertheless this is very well possible. Word has a mail merge feature. It allows you to take one source document and fill in some fields. Then merge it with a data source, like an Excel sheet, to get a resulting document that repeats the source document for each row in the sheet. I'm pretty sure you must have used this feature, back then. I'm using Word 2010, which has a separate ribbon dedicated to Mail Merge, and the wizards is docked to the side. I don't recall exactly in which menu mail merge could be found in Word 2003, but it should be fairly easy to find it now you know the name of the feature. {edit} I see now that the tutorial I linked to, applies to Word 2003. :D

Categories : Excel

Create repeating blocks in word document using c#
Here is MSDN link which help you to resolve your issue. Building a Word Document Using SQL Server Data

Categories : C#

adding image to word document using docx4j
docx4j has dependencies. One of them is: <dependency> <groupId>org.apache.xmlgraphics</groupId> <artifactId>xmlgraphics-commons</artifactId> <version>1.5</version> </dependency> You need to add this to your class path.

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