Work with Word Documents using .NET

Create, edit, convert and split Word documents in the Cloud.

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.NET SDK to Convert DOC Files

Aspose.Words Cloud .NET SDK


Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK helps cloud developers to build business applications in .NET to process and manipulate Microsoft Word documents, OpenOffice files and other types of documents without the need to install any third-party software. Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK allows your applications to create documents, join or split documents, perform the comparison, apply text or image watermark, search and replace text, apply password and export documents as industry-standard formats.

Using Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK, you can also work with document tables, paragraphs, sections, bookmarks, comments, headers, footers, OLE data, OfficeMath objects, mustache or mail-merge templates, as well as files and folders management.


Advanced Word Processing Cloud SDK Features



Create a new document in Supported Microsoft Word & Open Office formats


Join multiple documents or Split large documents into smaller ones


Compare document with the original document


Convert and export Microsoft document to supported file formats


Add new document property or update and existing one


Search for required text within a document and replace it


Insert an image or text-based watermark in a document


Set or modify document password and security settings


Get or update page setup of the document section


Classify raw text or document


Remove macros from the document


Save web page in Microsoft Word format


Fetch the list of tables present in the document


Add, Update, Fetch and Delete table data, its rows & cells


Update or reset table border properties to default values


Render page, paragraph, table, drawing or math object


Perform file and folder management operations


Fetch all files and folders within a specific folder


Add fields and drawing objects to documents


Fetch drawing object OLE data


Read or remove OfficeMath objects

Get Started with Word Document Processing SDK

No download or install is required. Simply create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & key, you are ready to give a try to Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK on all supported platforms.

Convert Word documents to PDF - .NET

// For complete examples and data files, please go to
        // Get AppKey and AppSID from
        string MyAppKey = ""; 
        string MyAppSid = ""; 
        WordsApi wordsApi = new WordsApi(MyAppKey, MyAppSid);
        StorageApi storageApi = new StorageApi(MyAppKey, MyAppSid);
        var request = new PutConvertDocumentRequest(File.OpenRead("output.doc"), "pdf");
        var result = wordsApi.PutConvertDocument(request);

Mail Merge & Reporting

Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK supports developers to use fetch MailMerge document field names locally or via request body and in the same way it allows to populate Mustache or MailMerge template with data both locally or via request body. You are also allowed to insert HTML or images in a merge field. You can design reports in Microsoft Word and then allow Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK to populate documents with data from XML data sources.

Editing and Revising Cloud Document

Using Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK your applications will be able to perform various editing and revising operations on a document in the cloud. You can add, update, or remove paragraphs from documents; get all the format settings of the paragraph; read and update document bookmarks; add, update or remove document comments; insert document page numbers, and accept or reject all revisions of the document.

Fetch Document Information via Cloud SDK

Aspose.Words Cloud .Net SDK makes it easy for you to fetch information regarding documents in the cloud. Using our Words Cloud SDK you can get font list for document processing and reset font's cache, read document hyperlinks by common info or by their index, get the list of document sections or get specific section by index, get document statistics, and fetch document information in JSON/XML or other supported formats.


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