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Embed a Word Document into a C# Windows App

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hi, how do i embed a worddocument in a windows application?
any solutuions would be fine.
thx vo1d
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Look for the DSOFramer control on MSDN.
In whidbey (vs2k5) there's an ActiveXDocument usercontrol just for that.

hth

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