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OfficeWriter for Word Video Walkthrough

In this video, we show you how to create a dynamic Word report that combines multiple documents into one using OfficeWriter for Word.


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Excel and Word Reporting in .NET Made Easy with OfficeWriter v4.5.1

Enhance BI Applications with Open XML XLSX and DOCX Support, Microsoft SharePoint Integration, and Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Extensions


SoftArtisans and the MS BI Ecosystem

Excerpted from Andrew Brust's blog:


MVP Kevin Griffin Reviews OfficeWriter 4.5.1

Excerpted from Kevin Griffin's blog:

OfficeWriter is a product that handles two common functions for software applications, reading and writing to Excel and Word documents.


List of 15 Excel Reporting Products

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As an SEO expert, I manage a lot of raw data. Search engine rankings, keyword comparisons, traffic statistics – all have to be collected and analyzed, if I want to deliver maximum results. I also need to turn all of those numbers into graphs, charts, and totals that my clients can understand. There are a variety of programs out there, that help you manage and manipulate your data and Excel spreadsheets just the way your business needs.


Consuming SSRS Data in Excel 2007

Excerpted from Chris Webb's blog:'s Jonathan Spink Reviews OfficeWriter for SQL Server Reporting Services

SoftArtisans OfficeWriter: Reporting Services Integration

...The idea behind OfficeWriter is to extend the functionality of software users are already familiar with, i.e. Excel and Word, so they're able to both acquire the data they need and arrange it into a useful form. While OfficeWriter does come in two more specific forms, ExcelWriter and WordWriter, this review looks at the version developed for use with SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), available in both 2000 and 2005 incarnations.


Merge Ahead

Excerpted from Chris Baldwin's "Services Rendered" blog: