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Output to PDF using .NET OpenXML

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Hello experts,

I am successfully generating .docx files from a .NET page using the OpenXML sdk.  I have a requirement to output this content to PDF.  

Is there a built-in method or simple way of outputting or converting to PDF format?

Thanks for your help.

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