GcWord allows users to generate, modify, load, and save Word documents in code with the same high-speed and small footprint that define the GrapeCity Documents product line. You can work with MS Word documents with full feature support on Azure. Here are the steps needed to create a basic GcWord web app and deploy it to Azure.
This article describes several Excel API use cases and demonstrates how you can create, modify, and save Excel spreadsheets in Java applications.
If you're working with Microsoft Word documents in .NET Standard 2.0 applications, you’ll likely need to share private information (invoices, reports, or other sensitive documents) with other groups inside or outside of your organization. Typically, you'd use the Microsoft Office API. But the Office API poses some limitations.
Engineered for top speed, GrapeCity Documents for Word (GcWord) is a high-performance Word API that offers a complete solution to working with Word documents in .NET Standard 2.0 applications.
In this tutorial, we'll build a .NET Core console application with GcWord in Visual Studio for Windows and MAC, and Visual Studio Code for Linux.
If you have Excel spreadsheets generated from .NET Standard 2.0 applications, you may find it useful to store your files in PDF form.