Turn to this reliable Word .NET component in order to build apps capable of creating, reading, and converting Word documents with ease
What’s new in Spire.Doc 9.10.0 Hotfix:
- New feature:
- Supports getting the alternative text of shape.
Regardless of the .NET platform they are working with, developers could use a capable library such as Spire.Doc for .NET, whose purpose is to help them process Word documents with ease. To be more specific, the software utility could come in handy when trying to create, write, read, convert, or print files, but what differentiates it from similar solutions is the fact that Microsoft Word is not among its requirements.
On the other hand, it does allow you to integrate features linked to document creation into your .NET applications, not to mention many other processing tasks.
Coming with support for various Microsoft Word version, more specifically, 97-2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013, Spir.Doc for .NET promises high quality when converting your documents to any of the following file formats: TXT, EPUB, XML, RTF, EMF, and HTML. It is important to point out, however, that it allows bi-directional conversions, so any of the formats mentioned above can be turned to Word.
What’s more, handling external objects in Word is possible, which means inserting, editing, and removing them should raise no difficulty, and formatting should be equally simple. Anything ranging from pages to borders, paper size, and orientation can thus be tweaked.
Last but not least, it is worth mentioning that creating orders, records, and reports is also possible, what with Spire.Doc for .NET including mail merge features.