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How to configure DCOM for MS Word??

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Hello All-

Can someone please tell me how to configure DCOM for MS Word?  I have a Web Application that needs to access Microsoft Word to create mailing labels and I have read somewhere that configuring DCOM can fix this.  Please let me know.

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Hi dstewartjr-

This does help.  If I opened a Web Application on that machine that had a mailing label maker in MS Word, will this DCOM process allow the Web Application to create an instance of Word and so fourth?  I'm able to get my code to work just fine in Visual Studio but am stuck on how to get this to work on its own through the web browser..

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