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SubDocument.GetDocBytes(DocumentRange) Method

Exports the range's content in DOC (Microsoft Word 97-2003 format) format and returns a byte array with this document.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraRichEdit.API.Native

Assembly: DevExpress.RichEdit.v19.2.Core.dll

Declaration

byte[] GetDocBytes(
    DocumentRange range
)
Function GetDocBytes(
    range As DocumentRange
) As Byte()
byte[] GetDocBytes(
    DocumentRange range
)
Function GetDocBytes(
    range As DocumentRange
) As Byte()
byte[] GetDocBytes(
    DocumentRange range
)
Function GetDocBytes(
    range As DocumentRange
) As Byte()

Parameters

Name Type Description
range DocumentRange

The range to convert to DOC format.

Parameters

Name Type Description
range DocumentRange

The range to convert to DOC format.

Parameters

Name Type Description
range DocumentRange

The range to convert to DOC format.

Returns

Type Description
Byte[]

The document content in DOC format.

Returns

Type Description
Byte[]

The document content in DOC format.

Returns

Type Description
Byte[]

The document content in DOC format.

Remarks

Use another GetDocBytes method overload to specify DOC export options using the DocDocumentExporterOptions object (can be accessed by the RichEditDocumentExportOptions.Doc property).

If you work with a selection range, make sure that the GetDocBytes method is enclosed with DocumentRange.BeginUpdateDocument - DocumentRange.EndUpdateDocument method pair. Otherwise, an incorrect document model might be selected, and an exception "Error: specified document position or range belongs to other document or subdocument" is thrown.

To retrieve section settings, make sure that the range contains the last section's paragraph. Otherwise, the section settings are reset to the default.

byte[] bytes = richEditControl.Document.GetDocBytes(richEditControl.Document.Range);
File.WriteAllBytes(@"D:\testdoc.doc", bytes);
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