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Recently, i have been a given as task of invoking a word document from an asp.net page. The requirement is basically to have a <textarea> item on an asp.net page and when you click on a button , word application should launch and whatever i typed in the word document should get back to the textarea.

is this actually possible or any other ways to accomplish this ?

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Hello,

I've done it before. You need to add the Microsoft Word <version> Object Library COM reference added. In addition, you need to add the ASPNET (or impersonated account running the application) via dcomcnfg. Read this about dcomcnfg: http://support.microsoft.com/default...NoWebContent=1.

Also this has some items to consider about Office, as well as some examples at the bottom:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;257757

Hope this helps,

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