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    Open a web page in MS Word

    Hi Guys

    In my project I have a web page Where I need to able to open that page in MS Word.

    Like I will provide a button(Open with Word) on the top of the webpage when the employee clicks

    on the page the Web page should be opened in MS word (for editing purpose), so the the employee can make some changes

    to the page before printing. Any Idea how to do it.

    Thanks in Advance for your help.

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    Why edit it in a browser, if you can let it download a file, then edit and print it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandersh View Post
    Why edit it in a browser, if you can let it download a file, then edit and print it?
    I don't think it's the right option - it's important to have an impact on how the request author wants to edit this file online without downloading it to a personal device.

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    If the OP wants to edit the .docx file in MS Word right there on the server, then MS Word would have to be installed on the server and available, with MS Word licensing, for all employees.

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