Edraw Office Viewer Component can display and interact office document in the delphi program. Here is how to import Edraw Office Viewer ActiveX Control in Delphi.
1. Start Delphi and select Component | Import ActiveX Control… (recommend Delphi 2007/2009)

2. Look for the Edraw Office Viewer Component you wish to import (dialog displays the ActiveX controls registered on your system).

3. Select the Component palette location in which you want to place selected library.

4. Maybe the best is to leave the ActiveX option selected.

5. Click on Install.

6. Select a package where the new component must be installed or

7. Create a new package for the new TSomeActiveX control.

8. Click on OK.

9. Delphi will prompt you whether you want to rebuild the modified/new package or not.

10. Click on Yes.

11. After the package is compiled, Delphi will show you a message saying that the new Office Viewer Component was registered and already available as part of the VCL.

12. Close the package detail window, allowing Delphi to save the changes to it.

13. The component is now available in the ActiveX tab (if you didn’t change this setting in step 4)

14. Drop the component on a form, and simply: use it.

1. In step 3, selecting the component palette for new Edraw Office Viewer Component allows you to group controls by function or vendor, for example.
2. The component wrapper is linked into the application executable file (or a runtime package), but the .OCX file for the component also needs to be deployed with the application.
3. ActiveX controls need to be registered on the deployment computer before use. Installation programs such as InstallShield Express automate this registration process.