PDF N MORE for .NET supports popular Document and Image formats.
PDF N MORE for .NET does not require any additional software other than the .NET runtime.
PDF N MORE for .NET follows the GDI+ model, thus reducing the learning time and increasing productivity.
PDF N MORE for .NET can be used both from WinForms and WebForms (ASP.NET) applications without any
PDF N MORE for .NET provides a Graphics class which is very similar to GDI+ Graphics class.
This class supports almost all the features of GDI+ Graphics class. Use this class to create digital
documents in all the supported formats.
Generate WYSIWYG PDF documents.
Generate XML documents which can be archived and used later to create digital documents in all the
Generate WYSIWYG HTML documents.
Generate WYSIWYG Microsoft Word documents (DOC).
Generate good quality Microsoft Excel documents.
Generate Bitmap Images of each page of your document.
Generate JPEG images of each page of your document.
Generate GIF images of each page of your document.
Generate PNG images of each page of your document.
Generate TIFF images of each page of your document.
Generate EMF images of each page of your document.
Generate WMF images of each page of your document.
Generate Exif images of each page of your document.
Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) is a universal file format that
preserves all the text, fonts, formatting, colors, and graphics of any
source document, regardless of the computer system and application used
to create it. PDF files are compact and can be shared, viewed, and printed
exactly as the author intended. PDF files can be opened with free
Adobe Acrobat Reader. PDF documents can contain multiple languages, such as
Chinese and English, on the same page. PDF documents can be printed
predictably with proper margins and page breaks. PDF files can be secured
with passwords to lock against undesired changes or printing, or to restrict
access to confidential documents. PDF files can be magnified without losing
visual accuracy using controls provided by Adobe Acrobat Reader. This feature
can be especially useful for zooming in on images or diagrams containing
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language that describes data preserving
all the formatting, colors and graphics of the data. You can retrieve the data from the
XML file and create digital documents in any of the supported formats.
The Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a markup language file format that preserves
all the formatting, colors, and graphics of any source document, regardless of the
application used to create it. HTML files can be shared, viewed, navigated by
anyone with a Web Browser.
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