EVO RTF to PDF Converter for .NET

With the RTF to PDF Converter library for .NET you can easily convert RTF strings and RTF files to PDF documents. You can convert the RTF document to a PDF document in a memory buffer or to a PDF file. The integration is extremely easy and no other third party tools are necessary to be installed. The library is distributed as a simple .NET assembly that you reference in your applications. Samples and documentation are available in the downloadable software package.

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  • Easy integration, no installation or setup is necessary on the server
  • Delivered as a single strong named .NET assembly (can be installed in GAC)
  • Can be deployed on the server by simple copy (xcopy deployment support)
  • Can be used from ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF, Web Service or Console applications
  • The same assembly can be used both on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows servers
  • Convert RTF strings to PDF documents
  • Convert RTF files to PDF documents

Code Sample

1:     protected void btnConvert_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
2:     {
3:         PdfConverter pdfConverter = new PdfConverter();
5:         pdfConverter.PdfDocumentOptions.PdfPageSize = PdfPageSize.A4;
6:         pdfConverter.PdfDocumentOptions.PdfPageOrientation = PDFPageOrientation.Portrait;
7:         pdfConverter.PdfDocumentOptions.PdfCompressionLevel = PdfCompressionLevel.Normal;
11:        pdfConverter.PdfDocumentOptions.ShowFooter = false;
12:        pdfConverter.PdfDocumentOptions.ShowHeader = false;
14:        pdfConverter.LicenseKey = "MyLicenseKeyString";
16:        byte[] downloadBytes = pdfConverter.GetPdfBytesFromRtfString(MyRTFString);        
18:        System.Web.HttpResponse response = System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response;
19:        response.Clear();
20:        response.AddHeader("Content-Type", "binary/octet-stream");
21:        response.AddHeader(
22:             "attachment; filename=" + "Rendered.pdf" + "; size=" 
                + downloadBytes.Length.ToString());
23:        response.Flush();
24:        response.BinaryWrite(downloadBytes);
25:        response.Flush();
26:        response.End();
27:     }