"Gives ability for your app to create, modify, edit, load and parse DOCX documents in .Net"
«Document .Net» will help you in development of application which works with DOCX documents. After adding of the reference to "SautinSoft.Document.dll" (it's 100% C# managed assembly) you will be able to do with DOCX documents all what you want. Not too shabby!
Create DOCX document on fly and fill it by necessary data.
Load DOCX document and get all it's structure as tree of objects.
Modify text, tables and other data in existing DOCX document.
Parse current content and structure and Save/Render it as new DOCX.
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What "Document .Net" can give me:
Save time and cost of the product development. The writing of own
class which can process DOCX documents in C# requires a lot of days of hard work and takes approx 50 000 C# code lines. «Document .Net» will save a lot of my time and I'll need only to add the reference to "SautinSoft.Document.dll" and write 3-4 C# code lines.
The one product provides me by set of API to create new DOCX documnets programmatically, load and parse existing docs; fill or change values in various forms and data; do anything what I need with any complex DOCX documents.
Because of this is absolutely standalone «DOCX Document .Net» library, my clients don't need to have MS Office, OpenOffice or other software installed.
The one time price. I pay a one time and can use «Document .Net» for a whole life without any additional fees. My license will never expires.
Royalty-free deployment (no server or OEM licenses).
As bonus, I get unlimited technical support during a whole life for free and independently of the date of my purchasing.
Requrements and Technical Information
Requires only .Net 4.0 or above. Our product is compatible with all .Net languages and supports all Operating Systems where .Net Framework can be used.
Note that «Document .Net» is entirely written in managed C#, which makes it absolutely standalone and an independent library. Of course, No dependency on Microsoft Word.