How to Open a Microsoft Office Document with DevExpress ASP.NET Office Controls

Posted by: The ASPx Blog, on 05 Oct 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Getting started with the DevExpress ASP.NET Office Controls is easy. In a few of the upcoming blogs, I'll highlight some of the common getting started tasks with DevExpress ASP.NET RichEdit and Spreadsheet controls.One of the first things you'll likely want to do after adding a DevExpress ASP.NET Office control to your web project is to open a document.File System or DatabaseThere are two ways to load a document into a DevExpress ASP.NET office control. You can use the file system or load...

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