Compare two DOC files in C# using our difference checker. With our high-fidelity .NET API, you can find the difference between compared DOC documents and export the results to a convenient file format.
With this native .NET API, you can easily compare DOC documents and obtain the differences in the desired output format. Our C# library is fully self-contained and does not rely on any external tools or services. It eliminates the need for external dependencies, providing a comprehensive set of DOC processing functionalities within a single .NET package.
On this landing page, we bring you a live demo of the DOC comparison in action, coupled with an illustrative C# example. It compares the contents of DOC documents both at the character level and at the word level. Even if only a single character has been changed, the entire word will be marked as modified. Experience firsthand how easy it is to compare two documents by uploading DOC files to the interface, choosing the desired output format, and getting the differences between DOC documents marked with 100% accuracy.
Sometimes it may not be clear if a DOC file has been modified, and manually comparing two versions of a document can be a daunting task. Conversely, there are times when you're sure the DOC document has changed, but visually identifying the updated sections becomes overwhelming. The DOC comparison is an increasingly sought-after procedure, particularly within automated document workflows. Let's explore typical scenarios where automated DOC comparison can be highly valuable:
As you can see, programmatic DOC comparison offers immense benefits in various domains, enabling streamlined workflows, enhanced collaboration, and increased productivity. With this C# API, you have the power to harness these advantages seamlessly within your .NET projects. Try out our live demo by uploading two DOC documents, selecting the target format to highlight the differences, and examining the C# code example. This C# snippet demonstrates how to find differences between DOC files and save the results in the required format.
An important point: the compared DOC documents should not have revisions before calling the comparison method. You must first accept all the revisions.
var docA = new Document("Input1.doc");
var docB = new Document("Input2.doc");
// There should be no revisions before comparison.
docA.Compare(docB, "Author Name", DateTime.Now);
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