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Working with Documents

The topics in this section provide step-by-step procedures and code examples for using the object model of Microsoft Office Word to work with documents in Office projects.

In some cases, the ways that you perform these tasks in application-level add-ins is different from the ways that you perform them in document-level customizations.

Task

Procedure

Create a document based on the Normal template or a different template.

How to: Programmatically Create New Documents

Open a specified document as read/write or read-only.

How to: Programmatically Open Existing Documents

Close the active document or a specified document.

How to: Programmatically Close Documents

Save a document with the same name or a new name.

How to: Programmatically Save Documents

Print an entire document or only the current page.

How to: Programmatically Print Documents

Display the print preview for a document.

How to: Programmatically Display Documents in Print Preview

Display a built-in dialog box and collect user input.

How to: Programmatically Use Built-In Dialog Boxes in Word

Use functionality in a built-in dialog box without displaying it.

How to: Programmatically Use Word Dialog Boxes in Hidden Mode

Add a picture or Word Art to a document.

How to: Programmatically Add Pictures and Word Art to Documents

Prevent users from editing a document or a part of a document.

How to: Programmatically Protect Documents and Parts of Documents

Check spelling.

How to: Programmatically Check Spelling in Documents

Add a header or footer to a document.

How to: Programmatically Add Headers and Footers to Documents

Remove all comments from a document.

How to: Programmatically Remove All Comments from Documents

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