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Generate full-fidelity, striking Excel and Word reports without automating Office on the server with OfficeWriter.
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Description

Transform Your Data into Excel and Word Reports

The OfficeWriter API is a .NET library that makes it easy for developers to add Excel and Word reporting and document processing to their

own applications. OfficeWriter does not require Office on the server, and is optimized for high-performance, scalable server use.

Download a free evaluation and see how easy it is to add sophisticated Excel and Word capabilities to your applications.

What's New in v8.6

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arrow 64-Bit supprt in OfficeWriter Designer; updated dialog boxes, improved acess to report properties, stronger support for viewing
reports with parameters, new import template feature.
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Classic PivotTables. Starting in v8.6 you can create PivotTables with classic grid layout using the  PivotTableSetting

ClassicLayout property.

arrow Sparklines for ExcelTemplate; a simpler way to graph trends without the overhead of creating a full chart.

*To see even more features and fixes in this release, please review our change log or our what's new in v8.6 blog post.

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OfficeWriter Video

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Want to see what OfficeWriter can do for you?
Check out our 2 minute video or visit our YouTube page for other helpful video resources.

Intuitive API for Excel and Word Document Processing in .NET

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Intuitive API for Excel and Word Document Processing in .NETThe OfficeWriter object model is simple because it’s based around Excel and Word document formats that

you already know. In C#, VB.NET, or any other .NET language, developers can generate, read, and manipulate

Excel and Word documents using a familiar class structure with constructs such as Workbook, Cell, Document,

Chart, Section, and Style.

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Flexible Design Options

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Safe for Servers

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Multiple File Formats

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Less Coding

Flexible Design Options

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Two Design Options - OfficeWriter offers two very different, yet complementary ways to design and deliver Excel and Word reports.

The API can be used to generate Excel and Word from scratch, or the entire report can be designed in Excel and Word and quickly

merged with data. (Get started by reading about the capabilities of the API).

OfficeWriter Designer Ribbon - OfficeWriter 8.1 marked the first maintenance release of OfficeWriter 8. We focused on adding support
of Office 2010 in the OfficeWriter Designer, including a brand new look that integrates with the Office 2007/2010 ribbon. The OfficeWriter
8.1 Designer featured full support for creating and viewing reports in Excel and Word 2010 with improved icons and labels to make it easier
to design reports in Excel and Word for OfficeWriter. Version 8.6 marks the initial release of the OfficeWriter Designer .NET, a
re-implementation of the original OfficeWriter Designer, using the lates technologies and best practices. Included in the improvements are a
better user experience with updated dialog boxes, improved access to report properties, stronger support for viewing reports with
parameters, and new import template functionality.

Multiple File Formats

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Including OpenXML - Supports XLSX and DOCX, as well as legacy XLS and DOC file formats. OfficeWriter supports both binary and
OpenXML files to give you the most flexibility when processing documents.

Safe for Servers

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No Office Automation -OfficeWriter does not require Office on the server, and is designed for high performance and maximum scale.
Microsoft themselves recommend against automating the Office app on servers.

Less Coding

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Populate Excel and Word with Data with as Few as Five Lines of C# Code. Merging
database data, or data from any data source, is easy with OfficeWriter. Build your Excel or Word report in
Office, put in data markers where you want the data to go, and with as little as five lines of code you can
have a populated document. Run a live demo to see OfficeWriter in action:
bullet Import database data into Excel

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