maryam maryam - 2 months ago 20
ASP.NET (C#) Question

how to change font color in a word document style

I am trying to change the font color of a word document style using office.interop but the color doesn't change. Any idea?
I tried it in two different ways.
The 1st is by trying to change the color of heading style in ms word:
here's some code:

Application appWord=new Application();
Document doc=new Document();
ListGallery gallery=appWord.ListGalleries[WdListGalleryType.wdNumberGallery];
ListTemplate template =gallery.ListTemplates[4];
Style style=doc.ListTemplate[2];
style.LinkToListTemplate(template,1);
style.Font.ColorIndex=WdColorIndex.WdBlack;//doesn't work
doc.saveAs2(path);


The 2nd way is by trying to set the color of the range or selection after inserting the file into ms doc:

Paragraph p3 = wordDocument.Paragraphs.Add();
Range r3 = p3.Range;
//r3.Font.TextColor = WdColor.wdColorBlack;

var filename=String.Format("{0}Resources/TEST1.html", AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory);
String newString=System.IO.File.ReadAllText(filename).Replace("</body>","<p>1</p></body>");
System.IO.File.WriteAllText(filename, newString);
appWord.Selection.Font.ColorIndex = WdColorIndex.wdBrightGreen;
r3.InsertFile(filename);
//r3.Font.olorIndex = WdColorIndex.wdBrightGreen;


edit:

here is the solution:

(document.Styles[WdBuiltinStyle.wdStyleHeading2]).Font.ColorIndex = WdColorIndex.wdBlack;


thanks

Answer

edit:

here is the solution:

(document.Styles[WdBuiltinStyle.wdStyleHeading2]).Font.ColorIndex = WdColorIndex.wdBlack;

thanks

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