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MS Word allows you to protect the DOCX document with various mechanisms. You can set a password that is required to open the document. On the other hand, you can specify the protection levels such as making the document read-only, allowing comments or form fields only, and etc. In this article, you are going to learn how to automate the MS Word protection features in order to protect or unprotect DOCX files in Java-based applications.
RTF is a popular file format that was introduced by Microsoft for creating rich text documents. The interoperability of RTF makes it possible to exchange the content between different Microsoft products as well as heterogeneous operating systems. PDF, on the other hand, is one of the most widely used digital document formats which provides cross-platform support. The conversion of the documents to PDF format is highly in practice. Therefore, in this article, you will learn how to convert an RTF document to PDF programmatically using C#.
Microsoft Word Documents are majorly of two types, DOC and DOCX. You can convert DOCX to DOC as well as from DOC to DOCX using C# or VB.NET programmatically. Each document can be processed and converted one by one or you can batch convert the DOC and DOCX files if you need to work with a lot of files.
Watermarks are usually used to show ownership or the nature of the document. You can add/insert or remove watermark in Word Documents (DOC/DOCX) programmatically using C++. For instance, a word document contains classified information and you want to add a watermark in the file then these requirements can be met efficiently with Aspose.Words for C++ API.
The comparison of MS Word documents is performed to know about the difference between two versions of a document. MS Word provides a built-in option to compare the content of two documents. However, with the increased number of documents, it becomes difficult to perform the document comparison manually. In order to automate this process, this article covers how to compare two MS Word (DOC/DOCX) documents using Java.
You can easily convert Word documents (DOC/DOCX) to web pages like HTML or MHTML format. Aspose.Words for .NET API can be used to perform this conversion using C# or VB.NET. Conversion of Microsoft Word documents is a popular use case so different options are supported by the API for the conversion.
Using Aspose.Words for C++ API, you can insert tables in a word document. You can configure the API by downloading it from New Releases or via the NuGet gallery. Once configured properly, you can simply utilize the methods, properties, and classes exposed by the API so that a few simple API calls can be used to create, edit or manipulate Microsoft Word documents, like DOCX or DOC files.
The merger of multiple MS Word documents could be needed in various scenarios. For example, reducing the number of documents, keeping similar kinds of content in a single file (i.e. invoices), and etc. Many online applications let you merge two or more MS Word documents, however, you may need to implement document merging features within your own web or desktop applications. For such a case, in this article, you will learn how to merge MS Word documents using Java.
MS Word documents are widely used to keep and share information. In some cases, you may need to split the data from a Word document that could be located in different sections or pages. Also, you may need to split the pages of a single document into multiple documents. In accordance with such scenarios, this article aims to show you how to split MS Word documents programmatically using C#. C# API to Split MS Word DocumentsSplit Word Documents by Section… Continue Reading