Just like Excel, Microsoft Word exposes a set of COM objects that can be utilized by other programs to drive a session of Word. Again, this object library, which will be accessed via a .NET wrapper around the COM component, will allow a program to control Word just like a user sitting at a keyboard.
As with Excel, in order for an application to be able to interact with Microsoft Word, you must first add a reference to the Word object library to your application. Again, you will do so by creating a .NET wrapper around the Word COM component. Follow these steps to begin enhancing the sample application for Word interactivity:
Begin with the ControlOfficeDemo ...