Wednesday, October 10, 2007

How to open .docx file without installing MS Office 2007

An interesting post made by Abhishek Kant, regarding How to open MS Office 2007 file without installing Office 2007 on your computer.

if you don't have Office 2007 and have started to receive docx files from
individuals, you can now read the same using the newly released Word Viewer
2007.. the word viewer replaces all earlier releases... true to its
name, the viewer let's you view the Word documents but don't let you edit
the same... the Word Viewer enables free viewing of .docx and .docm with the
same visual fidelity as the full version of Word 2003.

Get the FREE download here

4 comments:

Mickey said...

Users (Mac and P.C.) that do not own Microsoft Office, or users of earlier versions of Microsoft Office that are not covered by Microsoft compatibility pack, but still want to open and use Word 2007 DOCX or Excel 2007 XLSX files, can use "docxconverter 2.0" to convert and open docx and xlsx files. See: http://www.panergy-software.com/products/docxconverter/features.html

Windows Web Hosting said...

That's really wonderful. I had issues with the same earlier but now with this article I can open DOCX files as well. Thanks a lot.

mario said...

Hi,

If you want to open XLSX files from your .NET applications, you can use our .NET component (http://www.gemboxsoftware.com/GBSpreadsheet.htm). You can even use free version of our component (http://www.gemboxsoftware.com/GBSpreadsheetFree.htm) to make commercial software.

Free eBooks said...

Hello for asp.net try www.webdocumentviewer.com it is easy to use multiple file formats viewer control for .net framework

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