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openxml excel to pdf

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Is there a way to easily convert an excel document to a pdf?  I create the xlsx using the openxml sdk.  I have heard that itextsharp would work, but that looks like I would have to manually create the document.  I only want to pass a path to my excel doc and have it spit out as a pdf.  If I have to worry about constructing the doc on the fly, that would be too much work.
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