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Compare & Get Differences Between Two Word Documents

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  • I use Visual Studio 2005 Dev. Edition and vb.net in a Windows Form Application.
    I can compare 2 word documents and can create the result document with the codes described here .
    But we want to get only differences between 2 word documents because we want to synchronize these documents' binary data in a merge replication system. So we just want to synchronize the difference and after that we want to merge this difference and the old version to create the new document programmatically.

    How can i do this? How can we get only the difference and after that can merge?


    Regards.
    Saturday, May 02, 2009 9:11 AM

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  • Hello sourvil,

    Someone from y team will be contacting you shortly regarding this question.

    Thanks and regards,

    John Dunning
    Senior Escalation Engineer Microsoft Corporation
    US-CSS DSC PROTOCOL TEAM

    Saturday, May 02, 2009 7:14 PM
  • Hello sourvil,

      Sorry about that, it should have read "my team". What I know at this point is that your question doesn't belong in this forum.

    This forum handles issues related to the Open Specifications Protocol Documentation located here:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc203350.aspx. You can find more information about the Open Specifications program here: http://www.microsoft.com/protocols/default.mspx. It appears your issue is not related to the documentation. I am looking into a more suitable forum for you to post your question.


    Thanks
    John Dunning

    Saturday, May 02, 2009 11:56 PM
  • Pffff, i asked same question to Visual Studio Tools For Office forum and they told that there was the wrong forum. Also you told that here is the wrong forum for this question. Where is the right forum?? What  a microsoft official forum area!!!
    Sunday, May 03, 2009 12:57 AM
  • Hello sourvil,
        I am sorry for the inconvenience. I found that the best place to post your question is here:

    http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/innovateonoffice/threads

    Checking that forum I see that you have already posted there. I think that is definitely the best place for your post.


    Thanks
    John Dunning

    Monday, May 04, 2009 4:09 PM