OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) allows applications to link with each other as object of software. It is often used to create compound document to collect variety of elements together, such as text, sound, image, video, table, application etc.
Microsoft Word enables users to insert OLE object in document. After inserting, we can find that the object contents which are created in other program are available in Word as well.
This article focuses on how to insert OLE object, which is a PDF document in my example, by using C# easily and quickly without Microsoft Automation.