Creating PDF in ASP.NET
- Convert printable documents to PDF at high speed.
- Support for 64-bit versions of Windows 2003/2008/Vista/XP.
- PDF/A Standard support for long term archiving of electronic documents.
- PDF/X Standard support for exchange of print-ready PDF files in printing/advertising industries.
- XPS Support (Supports XPS to PDF conversion. Requirement: .NET Framework 3.0 or above).
- Automatic and CSS-driven pagination (smarter page break, developers can also manually control whether they want to have page break or not).
- Automatically handle any exception or error message that may occur in converting HTML and Office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) to PDF.
- Support many PDF features such as Font Embedding & Subsetting, Image compression, Metadata, PDF Security (e.g. set permission to print, edit), Digital Signature & Stamping, Watermark, PDF Viewer setting.
- Control printer settings such as graphic resolution & scaling, paper orientation & size, printer color.
Dim oLoader As Loader = Server.CreateObject("easyPDF.Loader.7")
Dim oPrinter As Printer = oLoader.LoadObject("easyPDF.Printer.7")
Dim oPrintJob As PrintJob = oPrinter.PrintJob
Preparing Your Server
- Step 1: Loader Setup
The Loader Object is a helper object to enable easyPDF SDK on the server-side environment. It eliminates many of the server-side configurations that you would otherwise have to deal with.
- Step 2: Microsoft Office Setup
This example shows how to make Microsoft Word ready for server use. All you need to do here is to make sure that there are no pop-up dialogs from Office products during PDF conversion.
- Step 3: COM Security Setup
To make the easyPDF SDK objects run properly on the server-side environment.
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