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Embed microsoft word window in .net forms

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I am trying to embed a ms-word window within my .NET windows form so that  user can edit  -copy paste from their existing word documents into this embeded winword window and then later save it to view it again in the same embeded window

Is this possible in .NET Windows form? how can i do that i use visual studio 2005

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