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what language do I use to generate pdf documents containing text displayed in different rows and columns

I am familiar with vba and a bit of vb.net direction should I take to create a form displayed in a webpage that users could enter a list words.
They would then choose
   How many columns
   How many rows
and then my website would generate a pdf containing the list of words they had entered in random order in the number of columns and rows they chose
my website is hosted by GoDaddy
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Mahesh Bhutkar

8/22/2022 - Mon
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David Johnson, CD

When you say the site is hosted by godaddy.. which hosting package are you using? a windows hosting package
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Dov_B

Much thanks to all of you!

David Johnson How do I find out the answer to your question

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what free programming language that most closely matches vba or vb.net should I use to create this web based application I would like to enable multiple users to use from my website.
I last used an express edition of vb.net many years ago do express editons of .net languges still exist and can they be used for my purposes?
Mahesh Bhutkar

You can use VB.NET as well. The above mentioned links uses VB.NET
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