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Word processing documents are the most common way to draft contracts, agreements, papers, and many other official documents. If you need to compare and merge two Word documents, just like the track changes option of Microsoft Word, we can programmatically do it within our .NET applications. In this article, we will discuss how to compare two Word documents and highlight the identified differences using C#. Additionally, we will look at how to compare password-protected documents, accept and reject changes, and compare more than two documents with C# examples.
The following topics are discussed in this article:
- Document Comparison .NET API
- Compare Two Word Documents
- Accept or Reject Identified Changes in Word Document
- Compare More than Two Word Documents
- Compare Password Protected Word Files
Document comparison is one of the most common requirements for today’s programming world. Whether it is to compare word files, compare excel files, PDF documents or even compare text files or any other document format, accuracy is the key factor while comparing.
This article will give you the idea, how GroupDocs.Comparison facilitates programmers to compare any two or more documents in many ways. On-Premise APIs of GroupDocs.Comparison are currently available for .NET and Java, however, this article is inclined … Continue Reading
Online document management has gained wide industry acceptance in the last few years. From version control, central document repositories, cost reduction, and increasing employee output: cloud technologies helps. One of the tasks we often perform in our work is to compare documents or files to find differences and check which version is the most recent. That can be frustrating at times: it is time consuming and takes time that could be used for other tasks. Consider the example of a… Continue Reading
GroupDocs Comparison is a web-based tool that allows you to compare Word documents, as well as PDF, Excel and other documents online. It combines two documents and highlights differences. While comparing documents, the app generates a redline and blueline view of how the documents differ. GroupDocs’ document comparison tool highlights the differences this way: red strike-outs show deleted text and formatting; and blue underlines show added text and formatting. GroupDocs Comparison is mainly used to compare two Word documents.… Continue Reading