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Does anybody know a service that allows browsing a .docx document online without the need to sign up for an account, and be able to share a link to that document?

In particular, I want to view the C# specification and also be able to share a link to it (even better, a link to one of its sections!)

I have tried :

Any other suggestions?

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Are you sure about the Google Drive viewer? I can view docx files just fine and share them. – Al E. Dec 4 '13 at 3:31
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DocsPal allows you to convert, view and share .docx files (even 500+ page files like yours). Don't believe you can link to specific sections of the doc with this web app.

Your file:

http://www.docspal.com/viewer?id=nrlhoqkg-3454311

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How did you get the link? I tried DocsPal too (see link in question) but couldn't find a shareable link. – Cristi Diaconescu Jun 28 '13 at 11:50
    
Never mind, I'm apparently blind. – Cristi Diaconescu Jun 28 '13 at 11:51
    
Don't leave us hanging. Future readers will probably find the information useful. – Al E. Jun 28 '13 at 12:38

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