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QuestionAnyone seen this odd Word Interop behavior? Pin
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Using C# and Word 16.0.

C#
var wordApp = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
wordApp.Visible = false;
Document wordDoc1 = wordApp.Documents.Add();
Document wordDoc2 = wordApp.Documents.Open(@"c:\users\robertsf\desktop\doc2.docx");
When this code executes, wordDoc1 gets clobbered, everything returning COM Exception, and wordApp.Documents contains only one object, the opened document.

C#
var wordApp = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
wordApp.Visible = false;
Document wordDoc1 = wordApp.Documents.Add();
Document wordDoc1a = wordApp.Documents.Add();
Document wordDoc2 = wordApp.Documents.Open(@"c:\users\robertsf\desktop\doc2.docx");
When this code executes, wordDoc1 gets clobbered again, but wordDoc1a is fine, and wordApp.Documents contains two objects.

C#
var wordApp = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
wordApp.Visible = false;
Document wordDoc2 = wordApp.Documents.Open(@"c:\users\robertsf\desktop\doc2.docx");
Document wordDoc1a = wordApp.Documents.Add();
When this code executes, however, everything is fine. wordApp.Documentscontains two objects, and each object is accessible, as expected.

I'm trying to programmatically create a new document and copy the text of a variable number of documents into it. I suppose I could open all the source documents before creating the destination document. Or I could try to create two instances of Word.Application, one for the source documents and one for the destination document, and then see if I can copy between the two instances.

Here's the MS documation.
Add: Documents.Add(Object, Object, Object, Object) Method (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word) | Microsoft Learn[^]
Open: Documents.Open Method (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word) | Microsoft Learn[^]

I don't see anything about one operation overwriting the other. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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