GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPdf) is a cross-platform library that allows to create, analyze, and modify PDF documents.
Its object model closely follows the Adobe PDF specification, and is designed to provide direct access to features of the PDF format.
In addition, Documents for PDF includes a powerful and platform-independent font handling and text layout engine and other high-level features that make PDF document creation easy and convenient.
HTML content can be rendered using the optional GcHtml library (GrapeCity.Documents.Html).
The online Documents for PDF sample browser is available at

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Install-Package GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf -Version
dotnet add package GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf --version
<PackageReference Include="GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf" Version="" />
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paket add GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf --version
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#r "nuget: GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf,"
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Release Notes

# Changes since version

## Fixed
- Incorrect handling of standard PDF fonts in some scenarios. (DOC-2666)
- Some data is lost when saving a loaded PDF. (DOC-2667)
- Incorrect rendering of underlined text in some cases. (DOC-2665)

## Added
- Method RedactAnnotation.AddPolygon(): tessellates a polygon specified by its vertices into triangles, and adds them to the redact area. (DOC-2199)

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GrapeCity Documents for Excel is a high-speed, small-footprint spreadsheet API that requires no dependencies on Excel. With full .NET Standard 2.0 support, you can generate, load, modify, and convert spreadsheets in .NET Framework, .NET Core, Mono, and Xamarin. Apps using this spreadsheet API can be deployed to cloud, Windows, Mac, or Linux. Its powerful calculation engine and breadth of features means you’ll never have to compromise design or requirements. We model our interface-based API on Excel's document object model. This means that you can import, calculate, query, generate, and export any spreadsheet scenario. Using GcExcel, you can create full reports, sorted and filtered tables, sorted and filtered pivot tables, dashboard reports, add charts, sparklines, conditional formats, import and export Excel templates and also convert spreadsheets to PDF. The online Documents for Excel sample browser is available at
ActiveReports PDF export library
GrapeCity ActiveReports is a set of assemblies that enable you to create, render, print, and export reports in a .NET or .NET Core application. This package includes assemblies needed to export ActiveReports files. The available exports include, among others, PDF, Excel, Doc/DocX, HTML, JSON, CSV, XML and image.
GrapeCity ActiveReports is a set of assemblies that enable you to create, render, print, and export reports in a .NET or .NET Core application. This package includes internal assemblies needed to display reports in report viewers.
This is a cross-platform library providing document layout services to GrapeCity.Documents.Word (GcWord). Adding a reference to this library to a project that uses GcWord will provide GcWordDocument.SaveAsPdf() extension methods, which will allow to export Word documents to PDF. This library does not depend on MS Office or any third-party libraries, and works on all platforms that support .NET Standard 2.0. The online Documents for Word sample browser that uses GrapeCity.Documents.Layout to generate PDFs from Word documents is available at

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated 371 2/24/2021 710 1/26/2021 434 1/8/2021 2,814 12/8/2020 1,122 11/19/2020 1,736 12/30/2020 1,100 12/4/2020 3,880 10/29/2020 2,557 9/29/2020 2,106 9/7/2020 231 9/4/2020 7,848 8/11/2020 4,191 7/20/2020 6,084 7/3/2020 2,170 6/18/2020 1,901 6/2/2020 2,607 5/7/2020 2,206 4/22/2020 4,237 4/9/2020 4,288 3/5/2020 5,288 1/13/2020 860 1/3/2020 2,330 12/8/2019 5,952 11/14/2019 2,243 10/24/2019 3,978 2/4/2020 6,524 11/7/2019 250 11/6/2019 619 10/12/2019 2,127 9/20/2019 2,955 8/21/2019 929 8/5/2019 2,867 7/11/2019 2,005 6/9/2019 1,040 4/24/2019 1,376 3/25/2019 468 3/12/2019 1,388 3/1/2019 1,109 1/25/2019 620 12/18/2018 3,620 12/5/2018 536 11/21/2018 643 11/13/2018 751 10/24/2018 885 9/28/2018 2,369 5/15/2018 1,459 5/1/2018 944 3/12/2018 521 2/24/2018 527 2/9/2018