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Call a function in a WORD DOCUMENT

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Hi,

i need to call a function exists in a word document in a C# function.
that function returns a string, basically i need to get the rturned string & use it in my application.

pls help asap
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can you give some more details..what is it exactly that you are trying to do??

Zulu
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i have a word doc say test.doc, this doc has some functions/macro return to it. & this function does some data retrieval from test doc & converts that data to string & returns that string. i need to trigger this function from my webapplication & get the returned string.
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