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Getting Started

You can easily use «UseOffice .Net» in any .NET Framework or .NET Core application. Because of the component is completely written in C# managed code.

  1. Launch Microsoft's Visual Studio.

  2. Create a new project or open an existing.

  3. Add a reference to sautinsoft.useoffice:

    You may do this by two ways:

    1. Using Nuget (fast way):

      (Solution Explorer->right click by "References"->Manage Nuget Packages...->In the tab "Browse" type "sautinsoft" and find the "sautinsoft.useoffice")

      Using Nuget

    2. Second (old good way): Adding a reference to the "UseOffice.dll" file:

      First of all, download the UseOffice .Net package. Unzip it at any place in your computer and find the assembly file "UseOffice.dll".

      (Solution Explorer->right click by "References"->Add Reference...->Browse "UseOffice.dll")

      add reference useoffice

Note  Note

UseOffice.dll compiled for .NET Core are located inside (>UseOffice .Net (X.X.X.X)\Bin\.NET Core X.X) folder.

UseOffice.dll compiled for .NET Framework are located inside (>UseOffice .Net (X.X.X.X)\Bin\.NET Framework X.X) folder.

UseOffice.dll compiled for .NET 5 and up are located inside (>UseOffice .Net (X.X.X.X)\Bin\.NET X.X) folder.

Well done!

Now your application is able to convert documents between DOCX, RTF, PPTX, XLSX, PDF and other popular formats!

Here you will find the Code Samples in C# and VB.NET.