How to convert a Word document to PDF in ASP.NET Core?
Steps to convert Word document to PDF programmatically in ASP.NET Core:
- Create new C# .NET Core console application.
- Include the following namespace in the Program.cs file.
using Syncfusion.DocIO.DLS; using Syncfusion.DocIORenderer; using Syncfusion.Pdf; using System.IO;
- Use the following code snippet to create Word document with “Hello World” text and convert Word document to PDF.
//Creates a new Word document. WordDocument wordDocument = new WordDocument(); //Add a section & a paragraph in the empty document. wordDocument.EnsureMinimal(); //Append text to the last paragraph of the document. wordDocument.LastParagraph.AppendText("Hello World...!"); //Create instance for DocIORenderer for Word to PDF conversion DocIORenderer render = new DocIORenderer(); //Converts Word document to PDF. PdfDocument pdfDocument = render.ConvertToPDF(wordDocument); //Release the resources used by the Word document and DocIO Renderer objects. render.Dispose(); wordDocument.Dispose(); //Saves the PDF file. FileStream outputStream = new FileStream(@"Ouput.pdf", FileMode.CreateNew, FileAccess.Write); pdfDocument.Save(outputStream); //Closes the instance of PDF document object. pdfDocument.Close(); //Dispose the instance of FileStream. outputStream.Dispose();
By executing the example program, you will get the PDF document as like below.
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