DocX – Add horizontal lines to Microsoft Word document programmatically

Following code is an example on how to add horizontal lines to Microsoft Word document by using DocX package programmatically in C# without needing of Microsoft Word installed.


Following prerequisites are required to create Microsoft Word document programmatically:

DocX package
Visual Studio 2013 / Visual Studio 2015 (Free Community Edition will do)
Basic understanding on how to code in C# (C Sharp)
Basic tutorial on how to start coding with DocX package can be found on our blog post DocX – A short tutorial for beginners HelloWorld()

Example code

Following code provides basic example usage on adding horitzonal lines to your Word Documents programatically with C#.

Example Output

After running above code new file is created called HelloWorldInsertHorizontalLine.docx

After opening Microsoft Word .docx document it should look like this:

Example Notes

Above example is part of DocX Examples and can be found in DocX source package under Examples \ Program.cs. This example uses RelativeDirectory.cs class. It's required for the code sample to work and are included in the sources of DocX.

Keep that in mind when working with the code to either download the DocX package or change the code appropriately. Below you can find Relative Directory class just in case you have no access to sources.

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