How do I open a Word document and feed its contents as the body of an email message using OpenXML and C#?

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Hi All, I'm using VB.net to create a batch of word documents using the Microsoft Office OpenXML SDK. The documents are made up of a header and the main body which is made up of a table. I can sucessfully create the table in the main body. The issue is that the header does not appear in the document when I open it in word. I've ran the document through the Open XML SDK 2.0 Productivity tool and it gives no validation errors and I can see the header.XML file and the refereneces to it in the the rel files …

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I am using VB.net 2008 express edition I have figured out how to use some of the code snippets for the open xml sdk to create a drop down list of all the sheets in an excel file. I can also use the code snippet to get the value of an individual column header. What I want is a drop down list of all column headers. I could create an array containing the alphabet and loop through each column based on the alphabet letter in the array. I would then just exit the loop on the first column with no …

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My vb 2008 app uses Excel, but only briefly. Can I avoid referencing the Interop library Microsoft.Office.Interop,Excel?? Is there another way to link to Excel? In terms of its dealings with Excel, my app does little more than open a workbook and shade some cells. Many thanks

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Microsoft has launched a new add-in, designed specifically to simplify the process of creating content that is accessible for visually impaired and what it refers to as 'print disabled' individuals. The new [URL="http://www.openxmlcommunity.org/daisy"]Save as DAISY XML[/URL] add-in is open source, being developed in conjunction with the [URL="http://www.daisy.org"]Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) Consortium[/URL], and will convert Open XML based files into DAISY.XML which is part of the globally recognized DAISY standard for reading and publishing navigable multimedia content. With groups like the World health Organization and the World Blind Union telling us that the global visually impaired population stands at more …

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