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Default MS Word Interop to locate words and return its position

Hi All,

I am trying to create a tool in C# that would scan all documents in a folder and look for a word. The tool would then return the occurences of the word being searched indicating their position in the Word document (i.e. page, row, and column numbers) I tried searching for an approach here and found that Word Interop may be used. Does anybody has idea/sample codes for this? Many thanks in advance.





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