Document Constructor

Creates a blank Word document.

Namespace:  Aspose.Words
Assembly:  Aspose.Words (in Aspose.Words.dll) Version: 21.11.0

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public Document()

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The document paper size is Letter by default. If you want to change page setup, use Section.PageSetup.

After creation, you can use DocumentBuilder to add document content easily.

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Shows how to format a run of text using its font property.
Document doc = new Document();
Run run = new Run(doc, "Hello world!");

Aspose.Words.Font font = run.Font;
font.Name = "Courier New";
font.Size = 36;
font.HighlightColor = Color.Yellow;

doc.FirstSection.Body.FirstParagraph.AppendChild(run);
doc.Save(ArtifactsDir + "Font.CreateFormattedRun.docx");
Shows how to create and load documents.
// There are two ways of creating a Document object using Aspose.Words.
// 1 -  Create a blank document:
Document doc = new Document();

// New Document objects by default come with the minimal set of nodes
// required to begin adding content such as text and shapes: a Section, a Body, and a Paragraph.
doc.FirstSection.Body.FirstParagraph.AppendChild(new Run(doc, "Hello world!"));

// 2 -  Load a document that exists in the local file system:
doc = new Document(MyDir + "Document.docx");

// Loaded documents will have contents that we can access and edit.
Assert.AreEqual("Hello World!", doc.FirstSection.Body.FirstParagraph.GetText().Trim());

// Some operations that need to occur during loading, such as using a password to decrypt a document,
// can be done by passing a LoadOptions object when loading the document.
doc = new Document(MyDir + "Encrypted.docx", new LoadOptions("docPassword"));

Assert.AreEqual("Test encrypted document.", doc.FirstSection.Body.FirstParagraph.GetText().Trim());

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