Note that Microsoft doesn't recommend this practice, and does not support it.  The 
Office suite was not designed to be used in a multi-user, unattended environment can 
be quite unstable when used in such a manner.




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Microsoft Word works as an automation server when installed so that other processes 
can interact with it.  So, you need to have Word
installed on the server...


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Deanna Schneider" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 4:35 PM
Subject: word without word on the server

> Hi Folks,
> I don't think this is possible, but I wanted to double check.
> Is it possible to write a word document "on the fly" that includes images,
> or more precisely, headers and footers? I can write the text (body) parts of
> it without a problem, and even get all the stupid mso-styles to work
> appropriately. But, when it comes to embedding images, I'm at a loss.
> By the way, we do not have word installed on the server, and we're not
> running IIS.
> -Deanna
> Deanna Schneider
> Interactive Media Developer

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