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itextsharp convert xlsx to pdf

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I have been told that I can use the free dll itextsharp to convert an excel workbook to pdf.  Does anyone know where I can see a sample to do this?  I don't want to have to build the pdf on the fly by reading the xlsx file and doing a lot of manipulation.  I was hoping that I would really just have to point to the file and have the pdf generated.
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Thanks, but that isn't what I am looking for.  I need to convert an excel file to a pdf without much work.  There is a large process to generate the excel file.  It will not change.  I don't want to have to double the work.  I want a straight conversion.
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