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Topic: convert to pdf from word, excel and ppt using .net
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 132425
From: rajeevcv
Date: 5/10/2005 01:56 AM

Friends,

I have a requirement that I should convert programmatically word , excel and ppt documents using .net. We have Adobe Acrobat Server 6.0. So what I did was to directly reference the acrobat.tlb to the project. But that gives me only some interfaces and enums.

The next option was to read the word documents, but what the heck, i don't see a straightforward way for reading the files too in .Net.

I have tried a lot of searches. Really lots. Not able to figure out one component which would give me the "CreatePDF" option directly. This includes lots of tools including tallcomponents and like wise.

I am at a situation where I am really looking for a step by step initial procedures. If anybody can guide me through on these, I would be really greatful.

Regards,
Rajeev


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