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Office Web Components in C#.Net (1.1)

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I am working on Windows forms in C# 1.1 and I want a grid-like control that behaves like Excel spreadsheet. While looking for it, I came across the Office Web Component for Excel (AxMicrosoft.Office.Interop.Owc11.AxSpreadsheet).

I think I can use this, but why does it say it's a "Web" component? Then is there a corresponding "Windows" component? Can I use this components on Windows forms?

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The "Web" in Office Web Component is more marketing than technical.  It is an ActiveX control, so it can be used on web forms and winforms.
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