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Hi...

I need orietation to this situation, can you help me?

Do you know how can I get a .doc file in aspx.cs and show in a browser... It's
possible to do without ActiveX?

I want to make it possible to open the .doc on the client side...

After the aplication do the mail merge and generate the .doc file I want to
show the result in the browser... know I only save the new file and I can
open the .doc file... but I want to show in the client side...

I'm trying to do some tests... know I don't having sucess...

Give a look... I'm triyng a lot of things and this information don't make
sence, can you help me with you experience... If you can I appreciate...

//abrir .doc no browser
//string url = "http://localhost/";
//WebClient browser = new WebClient();
//UTF8Encoding enc = new UTF8Encoding();


//appWord.ActiveDocument.

docWord.Close(ref objFalse, ref objMiss, ref objMiss);

string browser = "http://localhost\\C:\\Documents and Settings\\Nuno
Oliveira\\My Documents\\Nuno Oliveira\\CV\\MailMerge" + utilizador + "." +
data + ".doc";

Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(GetType(), "test",
"window.open('" + browser +
"','_blank','Height=400,Width=700,menubar=No,toolbar=no,scrollbars=yes');");

// appWord.Visible = true;
//appWord.ShowMe();
//appWord.Quit(null, null, null);

//Server.Transfer("http://localhost\\C:\\Documents and
Settings\\Nuno Oliveira\\My Documents\\Nuno Oliveira\\CV\\MailMerge" +
utilizador + "." + data + ".doc");

//http://localhost\\C:\\Documents and Settings


Thanks a lot,
Regards,
Nuno Oliveira
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You can link directly to MS Word documents in plain old HTML:

<a href="my.doc" title="Word for Windows Document">See my document</a>
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