Edit documents in C++

Advanced Word, PDF Editor for C++. Use it to modify documents programmatically

Use C++ to obtain maximum document processing speed. This is a comprehensive solution to change Word, PDF in C++.

Edit Documents in C++

This C++ library provides developers with a powerful API to edit Word, PDF documents programmatically. Easily integrate document modification features into your software. Our solution supports the editing of PDF, DOCX, DOC, RTF, ODT, EPUB, HTML and many other file formats in C++.

Change PDF, Word in C++

The task of editing a document programmatically in C++ is the task of modifying elements in the document tree. It is also known as the 'DOM' - the programming model for interacting with document elements and their properties.

Editing features for complex data structures are inseparable from the advanced search function. To ensure the highest level of flexibility, our library provides C++ developers with Regex search functionality. This approach expands the possibilities to edit text, allowing the use of templates for dynamic content modification.

Edit text in documents using C++

Programmatic modification of Word and PDF documents is an integral part of digital workflow. Edit text in PDF, Word, modify tables, insert graphs using external data.

C++ library is a stand-alone solution to edit documents which doesn't need Microsoft Word or Acrobat Reader installed. It is ready for industrial use and provides the full range of operations to modify Word, PDF and other file formats:

  • Insert new document elements
  • Update existing elements: paragraphs, lists, tables, images, links, fields, charts, etc.
  • Apply and modify styles, which are collections of formatting attributes
  • Search for specific text patterns and replace them with new text
  • Export the result to the Word, PDF and many other file formats using 'Document.Save' method
  • Delete unnecessary elements (cut chapters, sections, pages, paragraphs)

Edit table using C++

One of the most requested features is dynamic table generation and table modification in Word and PDF documents. Working with tables is easy with C++ library: edit tables, update tables and extract table text in C++ code.

The following example shows how to change a Word document in C++ code:

C++ example to edit a document
Input file
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Output format
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using namespace Aspose::Words;

auto doc = MakeObject<Document>(u"Input.docx");
auto builder = MakeObject<DocumentBuilder>(doc);

// Insert text at the beginning of the document.
builder->MoveToDocumentStart();
builder->Writeln(u"Morbi enim nunc faucibus a.");

doc->Save(u"Output.docx");
using namespace Aspose::Words;

auto doc = MakeObject<Document>(u"Input.docx");
auto builder = MakeObject<DocumentBuilder>(doc);

// Insert table at the beginning of the document.
builder->MoveToDocumentStart();
builder->StartTable();
builder->InsertCell();
builder->Write(u"Row 1, cell 1.");
builder->InsertCell();
builder->Write(u"Row 1, cell 2.");
builder->EndTable();

doc->Save(u"Output.docx");
using namespace Aspose::Words;

auto doc = MakeObject<Document>(u"Input.docx");
auto builder = MakeObject<DocumentBuilder>(doc);

// Insert image at the beginning of the document.
builder->MoveToDocumentStart();
builder->InsertImage(u"Image.png");

doc->Save(u"Output.docx");
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How to edit Word, PDF and other file formats

  1. Install Document Editor for C++.
  2. Add a library reference (import the library) to your C++ project.
  3. Open a document in C++.
  4. Insert content at the beginning of the document.
  5. Call the 'Save()' method, passing the name of the output file with the required extension.
  6. Get the edited result.

C++ library to work with files

There are three options to install Aspose.Words for C++ to your developer environment. Please choose one that resembles your needs and follow the step-by-step instructions:

System Requirements

You can use this C++ library to develop software on Microsoft Windows, Linux and macOS operating systems:

  • GCC >= 6.3.0 and Clang >= 3.9.1 are required for Linux
  • Xcode >= 12.5.1, Clang and libc++ are required for macOS

If you develop software for Linux or macOS, please check information on additional library dependencies (fontconfig and mesa-glu open-source packages) in Product Documentation.

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