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Registered: ‎01-08-2014
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MS Office API support

Hi all,

I want to create an app to read .docx file.

Is there any API support it?

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Re: MS Office API support

Not built in to Cascades, but there are a few libraries out on the Web that you might be able to compile for BlackBerry 10. You could try starting here.



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Re: MS Office API support

... but it is one of the formats supported by Docs to Go, which can be invoked...

 

http://developer.blackberry.com/native/documentation/cascades/device_platform/invocation/docstogo.ht...


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Re: MS Office API support

@BBSJdev... but of course that would mean that the OP would be opening the document in Docs to Go, rather than in his/her own app, even if opened as a card. Couldn't tell from the original question whether that would be acceptable.



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Re: MS Office API support

Thank greenmr so much.

I have been trying your suggestion, I'll tell you the result later.

Anyway, Thank all of you.