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PDF layout to ASP webpage

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I have been given a PDF layout for a webpage and need to recreate the layout in asp.net.  What is the best tools and methods to make this type of conversion?
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If you want to display the PDF file as it is in a aspx page then use response.contenttype = 'application/pdf'. Refer: http://forums.asp.net/t/1020921.aspx/1?How+to+display+a+pdf+document+inside+a+web+form+

If you want to create the page itself into an ASPX page then convert the pdf file into html page http://pdf.investintech.com/ and change the controls accordingly to fit the HTML page in your ASPX page.
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