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Populate dynamic data in a Microsoft Word Document

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I am using C# to populate variable data in a Microsoft Word Document. Could someone let me know what is the best way of doing this ?

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Hi,

There are many ways to export data into Word Document

  • Reporting Tools like Crystal Report, SQL Server Reporting Service, Telerik Reports and many more
  • Libraries for Exporting Data to Excel/Word Documents

Following link contains an useful article for exporting data to word.

http://www.aspsnippets.com/Articles/Export-DataSet-or-DataTable-to-Word-Excel-PDF-and-CSV-Formats.aspx

This will be helpful to you

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if you can afford it, the best way is to use a product like http://www.aspose.com/products/words/net
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I was able to figure this out using find and replace variable place holders in ASP.NET.
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