I have a word template in which I define lots of bookmark (textbox for user input).I have a grid view that I need to export to word. Word template put on the server so that when the user exports the data it will use the template.I cannot use any third party software .Any sample code would be very helpful. I'm running ASP.NET 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005.
I want to Export Dynamically generated grid view(Column numbers not fixed) to a word template(If possible format the table).Also the Auto Generated Edit and Delete button columns need to be hidden when exporting the data to word.
I have created a web app with a gridview that is connected to an sql data source to extract data. The web app consists of two pages (default.aspx and rategrid.aspx). On the default page i have a button that when clicked it displays rategrid page with the gridview data. On rategrid page I also have two buttons (one to go back to default page and one for export to word). When I click the word button, i get error (Control 'GridView1' of type 'GridView' must be placed inside a form tag with runat=server.).I have already looked at references online that reference to put (Public Overloads Sub VerifyRenderingInServerForm(ByVal control As Control) in code for Word button. However, I am still getting the same error.
I have data display in a gridview base on a dropdownlist. Basically, base on the downlist selection my gridview will be populated with the corresponding data. I have addresses and emails in the list. Where I am stuck and not sure how to do is export the emails to outlook for a mailmerge. For example, when the user clicks on button to send the emails in Outlook. The emails should be the ones that are display in the gridview. For the MS Word is to export the address to populate the the labels so the user can print out labels. Another button to send the address for the labels
I have requirement where I need to allow users to upload a Word document with place holders for certain fields which can be found in the database. This will be their template. For example the place holders might be prepended with @@ or something. For example
Dear @@Title @@Lastname
They then can grab a record and hit export to Word document. This will then let them choose the template. They can select the template and then click continue. I will then get the template and replace the @@Title with the title field in the database for the selected record. I am not sure where to start or what components I need to do this.
From my initial investigation it seems that I can do this with the new open XML standard for Office 2007. So perhaps I should read in the template and save all the contents to a db table somewhere. Then when the use wants to export I get the contents again and then do a search and replace for the @@ placeholders and link them properly. Then save the document to the output stream again which will then bring up the save dialog on their browser.
I am using ASP.Net MVC and am in a hosted environment. I was also maybe contemplating dynamically creating a new View type and dynamically creating new views when the user uploads a template. Not sure that this approach will work though.
Refering to your article on exporting the gridview to Word/Excel/PDF/CSV, I modified to code to populate the GV dynamically coz they have different data and different columns as per the selection. But after the data population, when I try to export the data it does not export any data instead for eg. in Word it just export <div> </div>. The code is pasted below.
Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Dim dt As DataTable = GetData() Dim dcol As DataColumn Dim bfields As BoundField GridView1.Columns.Clear()
I have created a page which contains multiple gridviews for a large report. They now want to have a nice printout of these gridviews in Word.I am able to export multiple gridviews into Word fine, but the problem is I want to add a heading in between each gridview and am unable to do so.
I am trying to export multiple gridviews to Word. I am able to do this but what i want to do is add some headings and text in between each grivdiew. Please see my code below i am using to export the gridviews.
I have a database with an obscene number of fields: 169 (and yes it is fully normalized). There are so many fields that I had to split it up into two tables because auto generated SQL statements from an aspx page are limited to a certain number of fields (127 I think, but I can't find the reference with quick search). I do know that SQL server can handle 255 columns.
Working with different tables using auto generated SQL and auto generated template code is pretty much impossible without resorting to writing a ton of code to do all the sql work in the code behind (I'm lazy ok? You would be too with that many fields). So I've split the record data into two different formview pages. It's also easier on the user since they don't have such an enormously long page to scroll through. I used formview so that I could make the layout reasonable to look at rather than just a list like DetailsList would give.
So now I need to export this record (split over two pages) into Microsoft Word. I know how to do a basic export with just one page, but I don't know how to take two aspx pages and concatenate them into a single word doc, especially in the proper order. I want to do this from the formview because the Word doc has to have the same layout as the formview pages and writing a ton of css to accomplish that is a time consuming nightmare. I've attached a pic of page one so you can get the idea of the complexity of layout, page two is very similar.
I am using Interop dll Microsoft.office.interop.word to export some data from my asp.net application to MS Word. Now the machine on which the application is deployed does not have MS Office installed. Which leads to error in functionality.
I have a word document which opens in a web browser using ASP.NET 2.0 this is the code:
THIS WORKS, PROMPTING THE USER WITH "OPEN" "SAVE" "CANCEL" OR SOME USERS WITH "SAVE" "CANCEL" DEPENDING ON USER INTERNET SECURITY SETTING. BUT FOR SECURITY ISSUES, MY BOSS WANT THIS WORD DOCUMENT TO BE OPENED IN WORD PROGRAM. (MICROSOFT WORD 93,97 ETC) IS THIS POSSIBLE....? OFCOURSE SAVING THE FILE IS OKAY, JUST OPENING THE DOCUMENT SHOULD BE NOT BROWSER.