Convert DOCX bytes to HTML file in C# and VB.Net

Convert DOCX bytes to HTML file
in C# and VB.Net.


Complete code

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Text;

namespace Sample
{
    class sample
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // Read our DOCX document as bytes array.
            string inpFile = @"..\..\example.docx";
            byte[] docxBytes = File.ReadAllBytes(inpFile);

            string outFile = @"Result.html";

            SautinSoft.RtfToHtml r = new SautinSoft.RtfToHtml();

            // Specify some properties for output HTML document.
            r.OutputFormat = SautinSoft.RtfToHtml.eOutputFormat.HTML_5;
            r.Encoding = SautinSoft.RtfToHtml.eEncoding.UTF_8;

            // Imagefolder must already exist.
            r.ImageStyle.ImageFolder = System.Environment.CurrentDirectory;

            // Subfolder for images will be created by the component.
            r.ImageStyle.ImageSubFolder = "image.files";

            // A template name for images.
            r.ImageStyle.ImageFileName = "picture";

            // false - store images as files on HDD,
            // true - store images inside HTML document using base64.
            r.ImageStyle.IncludeImageInHtml = false;

            try
            {
                r.OpenDocx(docxBytes);
                r.ToHtml(outFile);

                // Open the result for demonstration purposes.
                System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(new System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(outFile)
                { UseShellExecute = true });
            }
            catch (Exception e)
            {
                Console.WriteLine($"Error: {e.Message}");
                Console.WriteLine("Press any key ...");
                Console.ReadKey();
            }
        }
    }
}

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            Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Text

Namespace Sample
    Friend Class sample
        Shared Sub Main(ByVal args() As String)
            ' Read our DOCX document as bytes array.
            Dim inpFile As String = "..\..\example.docx"
            Dim docxBytes() As Byte = File.ReadAllBytes(inpFile)

            Dim outFile As String = "Result.html"

            Dim r As New SautinSoft.RtfToHtml()

            ' Specify some properties for output HTML document.
            r.OutputFormat = SautinSoft.RtfToHtml.eOutputFormat.HTML_5
            r.Encoding = SautinSoft.RtfToHtml.eEncoding.UTF_8

            ' Imagefolder must already exist.
            r.ImageStyle.ImageFolder = Environment.CurrentDirectory

            ' Subfolder for images will be created by the component.
            r.ImageStyle.ImageSubFolder = "image.files"

            ' A template name for images.
            r.ImageStyle.ImageFileName = "picture"

            ' false - store images as files on HDD,
            ' true - store images inside HTML document using base64.
            r.ImageStyle.IncludeImageInHtml = False

            Try
                r.OpenDocx(docxBytes)
                r.ToHtml(outFile)

                ' Open the result for demonstration purposes.
                System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(New System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(outFile) With {.UseShellExecute = True})
            Catch e As Exception
                Console.WriteLine($"Error: {e.Message}")
                Console.WriteLine("Press any key ...")
                Console.ReadKey()
            End Try
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace

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