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Go to the Package and navigate to the the Advanced tab. Add the DLL here. Also as said ny @Evariste in his comment above, remove the DLL from C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\80\bin location. This will help you to get rid of the exception mentioned above.


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That may be because your DLL hosting the code is deployed into the \bin folder and not into the GAC. GACed DLL have Full control, while \bin DLL have a limited set of permissions (that can be changed in a .config files). You can ensure your main DLL is deployed to GAC in Visual Studio: select the project in Visual Studio, and change the "Assembly ...


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The list of fonts in a word file is stored in an XML file called fonttable.xml. To get this file, you need to convert the word file into a package (zip file) and parse the contents of fonttable.xml. Note: You need to add 2 references: DocumentFormat.OpenXml.dll and WindowsBase.dll to your project for handling word processing. Following code handles ...


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You should initialize the ActiveXObject before page load and if possible put an alert to see if it's properly initialized or not. It can be a scenario where request is already processed before object is initialized. You can initialize the ActiveXObjectonce and reuse the EditDocumentproperty for different documents like this. ...



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