How to create .doc file or word processor in iOS application?

I am looking for word file processing in IOS application. I digging many things on google from that i found word file is based on OOXML. It`s possible for iOS to follow this format.Then please refer me if anyone have idea.

Then i tried to found another way to changes styles of .doc file. and i found, we can perform such thing in UIWebView using JavaScripts on .html file. But still not get how to store this .html file in .doc.

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    Try the libopc open source library, which according to their website is a:

    • ISO/IEC 29500 standard conformant,
    • cross-platform,
    • open source,
    • standard C99-based

    implementation of Part II (OPC) and Part III (MCE) of the ISO/IEC 29500 specification (OOXML).

    - (NSString*)generate_Doc:(Projects *)project AndCompanyInformation:(CompanyInfo*)companyInfo;
        NSDateFormatter *date_formater=[[NSDateFormatter alloc]init];
        [date_formater setDateFormat:@"dd-MM-YYYY hh:mm"];
        [date_formater setTimeZone:[DefaultDataManager AppTimeZone]];
        NSDate *now = [DefaultDataManager AppCurrentTime];
        NSString *fileName =  [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@ %@ %@.doc",project.title,project.reference,[date_formater stringFromDate:now]];
        NSArray *paths = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSDocumentDirectory, NSUserDomainMask, YES);
        NSString *documentsDirectory = [paths objectAtIndex:0];
        NSString *docFileName = [documentsDirectory stringByAppendingPathComponent:fileName];
    NSData *data = [docString dataFromRange:(NSRange){0, [docString length]} documentAttributes:@{NSDocumentTypeDocumentAttribute: NSRTFTextDocumentType} error:NULL];
        [data writeToFile:docFileName atomically:YES];
     return docFileName;