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ActiveX Document (also known as DocObject or DocObj) is a Microsoft technology that
allows users to view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PDF documents inside web browsers.
It defines a set of Component Object Model coding contracts between hosting programs like
Internet Explorer or Microsoft Office Binder  and hosted documents from programs like
Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Adobe Reader. This allows them to negotiate communications
about commands like save and navigate, as well as merging user interface elements such as menu,
 to provide a unified user experience.
Initially designed for compound documents based on COM Structured Storage, the technology
allows one single hosting program like Office Binder to contain unlimited type of documents.
The server program that provides an ActiveX document can be an EXE or a DLL server.
There are a few code contracts that ActiveX documents and their container need to implement in
order to communicate about their capabilities and requirements.
An ActiveX document server application needs to implement the following code contracts that are
expected by an ActiveX document container that is going to host the document:
• IPersistStorage, if use compound files as the storage
• Standard OLE interfaces like IPersistFile, IOleObject, and IDataObject, for creating a
document that supports object linking and embedding from file
• IOleInPlaceObject and IOleInPlaceActiveObject, for editing inline
• IOleDocument, IOleCommandTarget, and IPrint, for talking to document container,
command routing, and printing
An ActiveX document container application needs to implement the following code contracts
• Implement IOleDocumentSite, IOleCommandTarget, IPrint and IContinueCallback, for
document hosting, command routing and printing
Microsoft has ActiveX Document support in its developer tools to help programmers in creating
ActiveX Document applications.
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