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Programming Word Automation Services

SharePoint 2010

Last modified: April 09, 2010

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010

Word Automation Services exposes its object model through a rich API that you can use to create custom solutions and leverage the full functionality of the service. The two primary namespaces are Microsoft.Office.Word.Server.Conversions and Microsoft.Office.Word.Server.Service.

Note Note

You can also work with the Word Automation Services object model by using Windows PowerShell 1.0.

This section explains how to configure Word Automation Services for development, examines key objects that you use when you develop against Word Automation Services, and presents several short, end-to-end example solutions.

Configuring Word Automation Services for Development

Learn how to configure Word Automation Services for development.

Word Automation Services Object Model

Learn about the objects that you most commonly use when you develop custom Word Automation Services solutions.

Walkthrough: Creating a Web Part That Uses Word Automation Services

Learn about a Word Automation Services solution that uses a Web Part to initiate document conversion of an entire SharePoint Document library.

Walkthrough: Use an Edit Control Block Menu Item to Create a Conversion Job

Learn about a Word Automation Services solution that uses an Edit Control Block (ECB) menu item to initiates a document conversion.

Walkthrough: Create a Workflow to Archive Documents Using Word Automation Services

Learn about a Word Automation Services solution that uses a SharePoint Server 2010 workflow to initiate a document conversion.

Microsoft.Office.Word.Server.Conversions

The Word Automation Services namespace that contains the file conversion functionality.

Microsoft.Office.Word.Server.Service

The Word Automation Services namespace that provides access to and configuration of Word Automation Services.

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