Adding a company property control to your document is a great way to quickly access documents and other information related to your business. In this article, we will discuss how to add and configure a content control of type plain text to your document in order to give it a company property control.
The first step is to access the Custom Document Properties in Word 2010. To do this, open the document, press Ctrl-F9 and type in the property that you want to reference via a DOCPROPERTY field.
The second step is to create a content control of type plain text using the Add method of ContentControlCollection class. Since this is the company property control, configure the content control by setting its properties to “company”. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be able to access the Properties Company data node.
The third step is to add rich HTML content to the document to give it a more professional look. To do this, use the Documents for Word, .NET Edition to create the rich HTML content. This way, you will be able to include images, tables, and text formatting into the document, allowing you to create a visually pleasing document.
Finally, the last step for adding the company property control to the document is to save the document. Once the document is saved, the company property control will be ready to use.
By following the steps outlined in this article, you’ll be able to quickly and easily add a company property control to your document. This will help you to quickly and easily access documents and other information related to your business.