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Hi, I have a bytes Array that i parse into a Excel File.
The problem is: How can i parse the excel file to an pdf File.
 
Pleas, if some one have the answer help me.
Posted 5-Nov-12 6:22am
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Solution 8

Hi,
 
You can open the excel file into report viewer and then can export in any format.
 

 
Hope it ll work for you.
 
Thanks.
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Solution 7

Hi Smily so
We are looking opensource to create pdf file from excel file. Dont do marketing with spire.
Thanks
Karthik
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Solution 5

Using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel to convert XLS, XLSX into PDF or XPS.
http://excelconverter.codeplex.com/[^]
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Solution 3

Use iTextSharp[^] free software.
 
This article: Creating PDF documents with iTextSharp[^] might be helpful.
 
BTW: You don't need to save "bytes array" into ms Excel file and then into pdf. You can do it "directly".
 
The other solution is to install MS Excel Addin[^], which allows you to export and save excel files to the PDF format. You can call corresponding method to save workbook as a pdf file via COM[^].
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 5-Nov-12 14:52pm
   
Sure, a 5. I would also provide this link: http://itextpdf.com/. It's Java, but the documentation is mostly there. --SA
Maciej Los at 5-Nov-12 15:02pm
   
Thank you, Sergey ;) And thank you for sharing a link.
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Solution 2

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Maciej Los at 5-Nov-12 13:53pm
   
Interesting links, +5!
ridoy at 5-Nov-12 13:55pm
   
Thanks Maciej..:)
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Solution 1

Hi,
 
Have a look at this article:
Programmatically Convert Documents to PDFs the Easy Way[^]
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Marcus Kramer at 5-Nov-12 12:41pm
   
+5. This will work well if the OP doesn't mind using a printer driver for this purpose.
Maciej Los at 5-Nov-12 13:52pm
   
Agree, +5!

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