Streams a Document to an HttpResponse with the option of having it open in the user's web browser. The fileName specified will appear in the browser window. In addition, the content-type to use when streaming the file is specified.
responseThe HTTPResponse to write the document to.
fileNameThe filename to display in the browser window.
openInBrowserWhether to open the document in the browser window (true) or have it open in Word (false).
contentTypeThe content-type to stream the file as.
System.ExceptionThrown if there is an error streaming the document.
For the document to open in the browser window, the "Browse in same window" option must be enabled for .doc file types on the client machine.
The WordApplication.Preserve property is used to specify the way WordWriter will save the document. When the
preserve property is set to true, WordWriter attempts to preserve all formatting and features that it doesn't directly support. This includes Fields, Footnotes, Hyperlinks, Comments, and Anchored Images. When the
preserve property is false, only those features directly supported by WordWriter will be preserved. This includes all Tables, Lists, Headers and Footers.