Read, write, convert and print document files (DOCX, DOC, PDF, XPS, HTML, RTF, TXT) from your .NET applications.

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by Debra-d | May 29 2014

Good and good, it was easy to integrate it and I've been able to do everything I need by either directly calling some API or by following some sample code.

by Theimence | May 19 2014

Usefull software.

by Theirligh | May 06 2014

Quite flexible I must say and the great thing about is that it provides few features for runtime data import so I'm not bound to one and only approach.

by Peggy Haw | April 07 2014

Awesome component and a really easy way to create documents! I love it! :)

by JJ Brown | February 27 2014

Great tool to have in your arsenal. It really eased my pain when writing word-office related custom solutions.

by Svendsen A | February 18 2014

Really cool and very capable component.
Also an excellent support team behind it.

by Neil.Harrison72 | January 13 2014

by Oramo Blues | January 09 2014

Small size and minimal complexity.
Appreciate your effort guys. Thanks!

by Heve1978 | January 07 2014

Nice new features in 2.3, looking forward to even more stuff in the future ;)

by Victor Malo | December 24 2013

Very very good

by Ju-won-ch | December 19 2013

큰 클래스 라이브러리

by Christopher P66 | December 17 2013

A powerful dynamic mail merging functions, but it did take me some time to get a grip on it.

by Mario Anicc | December 13 2013

The software is very easy to use and performance is fine. I would however appreciate rtf file support to be added in the future.

by Michael Harris 13 | December 10 2013

We implemented GemBox.Document as a part of our document parsing solution and it worked well, it is fast, small, compact and easy to code with.

by ConstanceR | December 06 2013

Gembox gave me many benefits through its API, I'm very confident to say that its free version is one of the best free solutions out there.
Of course this depends on one’s requirements (because it does has a paragraph limitations), but my project works with large number of relatively small documents which can have different kinds of file formats and I believe that a single Gembox Free dll was a perfect solution for this case.

by Mary Harisson | December 04 2013

Great great, recommended!!!

by SlavicaM | November 28 2013

Excellent library, I have sometimes spend ages figurin out the DLL, but with gembox I had the easiest and the quickest start ever.

by Coulp | November 26 2013

I like it, a very quick and easy way to manipulate with Word files.

by Nuka LY | November 21 2013

I don’t criticise other developers work so I will not point fingers to the alternatives we tried (and got really disappointed) before we came upon this dll.

GemBox.Documents object models are consistent and easy to understand, they have a great documentation and a nice set of samples to begin with.

Also a lot of companies say "Response within one business day!" for their customer supports response time. From my experience this is usually not true, you will or will not receive an automatic response right away, but some useful information or help will be provided sometimes later (the worst response we have encounter was 3 weeks…, again I don’t like criticising so I will not write from who).

This was not the case with GemBox support team, I truly appreciate that they stick to this policy and respond (an actual response and not an automatic response) to their users in the same day.
When we became their professional users the response time was again the same. And to think that they give this kind of dedication to their users free of charge, really outstanding.

by CCaine | November 19 2013

I must admit this is just awesome.
I love its API convention approach, it is so easy.

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    2 Posts | Last post March 20, 2015
    • Hello, 
      Can we search in a word file with it to find a text or word? 
    • Hi,
      Yes, you can search for a specified text or match the specified regular expression.
      You can find a demonstration sample of this on the following link: