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Old December 4th, 2006, 06:56 AM
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Hi Team,

  My requirement is to embed the MSword object/document in the asp.net webform where i have to capture the events of the MSword (ex save,open,new). I use Msword object library 11.0.but it opens word appllication in a separate window which i don't want. Could anyone help me out.

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I don't think Word was intended to be used for this purpose. How is this to be accomplished? Is this for IE only?

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