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48342 Aug 24,2006 03:50 PM Aug 25,2006 08:14 AM Windows Forms 1
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David
Asked On August 24, 2006 03:50 PM

Additional questions from my post a couple days ago:

On PDF - is that a pretty solid release date? :)

On HTML - Once it is into PDF, can I save it to HTML from the PDF class?

I noticed in the Save as XML method the potential save types include another format besides Excel based XML (LDC I think?) - is there no way for me to use that stream to send it to your PDF product to do the conversion?

Melba Winshia [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 25, 2006 08:14 AM

Hi David,

1) Excel to PDF functionality has been implemented internally and I can provide you with a preview version now. Can you please create a Direct-Trac incident regarding this so that I can provide you with a preview version? The conversion of Excel to PDF would take place in the following stages:

a) XlsIO reads the spreadsheet and serializes to an XML format.

workbook.SaveAsXml( "Sample.xml", ExcelXmlSaveType.DLS );

b) Its will be read by Essential PDF which produces the PDF file.

pdflDoc.OpenXml("Sample.xml");


2) On HTML - Currently it is not possible to save to HTML from the PDF class. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Regards,
Melba

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