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Default Word to Pdf Convertor c#.net Web Application

Hi folks,

Currently I am creating a web application whish is almost in the final lap... however I am facing an issue with word to pdf convertor. I have used Itextsharp before and it was the ultimate,but Itextsharp does not convert word to pdf. I am trying some word to pdf third party component but the user manual and documentation is not that good and hence i am not seeing a single document converted to pdf.

Can any one please help me how to convert from word to pdf.

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Maybe you could use an external print driver like win2pdf and send the word file to that, which than produces a pdf file. Just an idea.
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Hi, you can try this C# Word component for your ASP.NET application.
It has a really nice API, here is all the code you need to convert Word document to a PDF file in C#:
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// Convert Word file (DOCX) to PDF.
DocumentModel.Load("Document.docx").Save("Document.pdf");
 


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