A high-performance and feature-rich framework to perform advanced Word document processing operations faster without Microsoft Office or interop dependencies. This framework offers a Word creation and editing library that allows you to create, read, and edit Word documents programmatically in WinUI applications. Its powerful conversion APIs make it easy to convert Word documents to PDF, HTML, RTF, and ODT formats. It also offers advanced editor components to view, edit, and print Word documents in your applications.
All the elements in a typical Word document like text, formatting, images, shapes, and tables are accessible through a comprehensive set of APIs.
The Syncfusion Word Library (Essential DocIO) is a mature, proven product used in mission-critical applications for over 10 years.
The Syncfusion WinUI Word framework comes with extensive documentation, a knowledge base, and samples. It only takes a few lines of code to create, view, or edit richly formatted Word documents.
WinUI Word Framework provides a single, uniform API across all platforms.
Create Word documents from scratch with text, formatting, images, shapes, tables, and more. Edit a Word document with just a few lines of code.
Generate reports like invoices and payroll by performing mail merge faster in a batch process without Microsoft Office or interop dependencies.
Merge multiple documents into a single document by importing content with several formatting options, like using destination styles and keeping source formatting.
Split a document into multiple smaller documents based on sections, placeholder text, or any document element.
Navigate to a bookmark in a document and insert, edit, retrieve, or delete its content. The framework also supports replacing bookmarked content with text, part of a document, or an entire document.
Find text or text patterns using regular expressions, and then highlight or format it. You can also replace the text or text pattern with other text, a part of a document, or an entire document.
Create, edit, and format simple and nested tables in a Word document. Polish the appearance of tables by applying built-in styles and conditional styling options.
Customize the appearance of the document with several formatting options at the text level and paragraph level: add bullets and numbering, create styles, and more.
Create fillable forms with legacy form fields and content controls in Word documents. Then, fill the form and extract the data from the form fields effortlessly.
For more information, check out our WinUI Word Library features.
The WinUI Word framework can convert Word documents into PDF, RTF, TXT, HTML, and ODT formats. Also, it can convert RTF, TXT, and HTML files into Word documents.
Convert Word documents to PDF for printing and viewing in a portable format. Various customization options are also supported.
Convert Word documents to images (PNG, BMP, JPEG) for printing and viewing without any Word document viewer dependencies.
Convert Word documents to RTF for reading and editing rich text independently with any rich text editor. Also, convert RTF files to Word documents.
Convert Word documents to plain text for reading and editing text. Also convert text files to Word documents.
Convert Word documents to HTML for viewing and printing HTML content with any browser. You can also convert XHTML 1.0-compliant HTML files to Word documents.
Convert Word documents to open document text (ODT) format. This format is used for maintaining the documents’ interoperability with word-processing applications like OpenOffice Writer.
Easily get started with the WinUI Word Library using a few simple lines of C# code example as demonstrated below. Also explore our WinUI Word Library Example that shows you how to create and configure the WinUI Word.
using Syncfusion.DocIO; using Syncfusion.DocIO.DLS; using System.IO; using System.Reflection; //Create a new document. using WordDocument document = new(); //Add a new section to the document. document.EnsureMinimal(); //Appends text to the last paragraph of the document document.LastParagraph.AppendText("Hello World"); //Save the Word document to stream. using MemoryStream outputStream = new(); document.Save(outputStream, FormatType.Docx); //Save the stream as a Word document file in the local machine. Save(outputStream, "Sample.docx");
No, this is a commercial product and requires a paid license. However, a free community license is also available for companies and individuals whose organizations have less than $1 million USD in annual gross revenue and five or fewer developers.
A good place to start would be our comprehensive getting started documentation.
You can find our WinUI Word Framework demo here.
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