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Vb.net to C# conversion (late binding problem)

Posted on 2012-03-28
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Hi ,

I need the convert the attach module in C#.

The problem is only the 'late binding'.

There is a way to solve this problem ?

Thank You !
ModuloWord.txt
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by:BuggyCoder
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can you highlight the section where there is problem???
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by:luca345
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The atteched module works 100% but I need to convert it in C#.

The problem is

//
1:      ObjWord = CreateObject("Word.Application")
//

and then this:

//
 Public Sub Word_Open(ByRef ObjWord As Object, ByVal FileInput As String)
//

C# don't support  'late binding'.


//  

 Public Sub Word_Open(ByRef ObjWord As Object, ByVal FileInput As String)

        '/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
        '/////////// Create Word object and open the file ////////////
        '/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

1:      ObjWord = CreateObject("Word.Application")

        ObjWord.Documents.Open(FileInput)

    End Sub

//
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by:luca345
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Hi BuggyCoder,

Convert a code is not a problem.

Here there is a concept that is different from VB.net and C#.

There is not automatic converted that can solve the problem, only a human can solve this.
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by:BuggyCoder
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well in c# you can use System.VisualBasic namespace and call
var objWord = Interaction.CreateObject("Word.Application") as Word.Application;

see this for reference:-
http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/amrish_deep/WordAutomation05102007223934PM/WordAutomation.aspx
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by:luca345
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Yes teorically is possible but I like to programmin in C# and I don't want use a VB reference.

And apart this when I will try do import it in monoproject vb 'createobject' is not supported.
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BuggyCoder earned 500 total points
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the link that i post in my previous post, tells you how to open word doc from a c# application.
Try to follow and see if it helps....
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Thank you !
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