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TC 64 and Office 2010

Post by *ndn » 2012-07-17, 00:59 UTC

Can someone please point me to a 64 Bit lister plug in which will allow me to display Office 2010 native files in TC.

Do I need this to Find Files search for text in docx files?

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Post by *karnin » 2012-07-17, 15:47 UTC

Same to me, looking for a possibility to search for text inside the WORD.docx files.

Text inside older .doc files can be found.

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Post by *MaxX » 2012-07-17, 17:11 UTC

2karnin
Try enabling "search in archives".
New 2007/2010 format is a simple zip with xml inside.

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Post by *petermad » 2012-07-17, 17:22 UTC

Try enabling "search in archives".
For that to work you might have to add somthing like this to the [Configuration] section of your wincmd.ini:
SearchInFiles=*.docx *.xlsx
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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2012-07-17, 17:59 UTC

Use the x64 version of Ulister together with the Oracle Outside In viewers.
This allows to view almost anything.
http://www.totalcmd.net/plugring/oilister.html

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Post by *karnin » 2012-07-18, 09:45 UTC

petermad wrote:For that to work you might have to add somthing like this to the [Configuration] section of your wincmd.ini:
SearchInFiles=*.docx *.xlsx
Sorry, NOT Working in TC8.0.
MaxX wrote:Try enabling "search in archives".
New 2007/2010 format is a simple zip with xml inside.
That's working, nice and thx...

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Post by *ndn » 2012-07-18, 11:08 UTC

Thanks to Horst.Epp, I have installed Ulister and can display DOCX, XLSX etc documents in TC 64., once I worked out where to place the Oracle DLL's.

I haven't yet been able to search for text in docx documents despite trying the two suggestions?

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Post by *petermad » 2012-07-18, 12:52 UTC

MaxX wrote:
Try enabling "search in archives".
New 2007/2010 format is a simple zip with xml inside.

That's working, nice and thx...
Yes, but does "search in archives" work if you do not have SearchInFiles=*.docx *.xlsx - it shouldn't
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Post by *karnin » 2012-07-31, 14:56 UTC

petermad wrote:Yes, but does "search in archives" work if you do not have SearchInFiles=*.docx *.xlsx - it shouldn't
That's right: Enabling "search in archives" AND adding to wincmd.ini like:

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[Configuration]
SearchInFiles=*.docx *.xlsx

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Post by *JWH » 2013-04-21, 01:28 UTC

I have the 8.01, 64-bit Commander for Windows 7, and the line "SearchInFiles=*.docx *.xlsx" is in the wincmd.ini file, but I cannot search Word files. I click on the "Search archives" option, but it doesn't work.

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Post by *milo1012 » 2013-04-21, 01:56 UTC

You should only use the SearchInFiles-Method if you know what you're doing.
Better use a plugin for searching in these files, preferably TextSearch which can convert docx and xslx, but also the old .doc format and it also has a 64-bit version.
For viewing, as already mentioned, use uLister, it works great!

All of these newer XML-based document formats use UTF-8 for encoding.
So if you really want to use the manual search, at least enable the UTF-8 checkbox in the search parameters, especially if you're searching for non-ASCII strings.

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2013-04-22, 14:53 UTC

2JWH
1. Do not put *.docx in the "Search for" field. Leave it empty, or put *.xml because the actual text is stored in xml files inside the docx.
2. Make sure the "Search archives" option is checked.
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Post by *sjuro54 » 2013-08-09, 06:11 UTC

Problems viewing Office2010 using uLister:
I have followed the instructions in readme.txt to the letter, but no matter where I Place the Redist catalog (or its files), I still get "Outside ln dlls not found in plugin dir". The only thing that differs from the instructions, is that Oracle only offers a newer Version (ca-8-4-1-win-x86-64.zip).
Any hints?

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