ASP.NET Convert Excel to PDF

Hi I am developing an ASP.NET, VB.NET   ( developed with VS 2010)  application  . There is a requirement to convert  some excel file to  PDF . The conversion works fine . But when the excel cell has lengthy text , it is not displayed correctly . The  PDF conversion acts more like snapshotting ( what you see is what you get )  

 Is there a way to show the full length of the excel cell when it is converted ?

 Thanks
Sam OZAsked:
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Johny BravoCommented:
Are you using any third party component for converting?
Please share your code
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Sam OZAuthor Commented:
There is no 3rd party component

    The declarations go as
 
         Dim paramExportFormat As Excel.XlFixedFormatType = _
            Excel.XlFixedFormatType.xlTypePDF
        Dim paramExportQuality As Excel.XlFixedFormatQuality = _
            Excel.XlFixedFormatQuality.xlQualityStandard
        Dim paramOpenAfterPublish As Boolean = False
        Dim paramIncludeDocProps As Boolean = True
        Dim paramIgnorePrintAreas As Boolean = True
        Dim paramFromPage As Object = Type.Missing
        Dim paramToPage As Object = Type.Missing



   The essence of the code is  just single line
   
            ' Save it in the target format.
            If Not excelWorkbook Is Nothing Then
                excelWorkbook.ExportAsFixedFormat(paramExportFormat, _
                    paramExportFilePath, paramExportQuality, _
                    paramIncludeDocProps, paramIgnorePrintAreas, _
                    paramFromPage, paramToPage, paramOpenAfterPublish)
            End If
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Sam OZAuthor Commented:
Hi Experts,

    I  there any possible solution to this ?
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NerdsOfTechTechnology ScientistCommented:
You might have to determine the LEN of each cell and then process it specially per column or row depending on how you want the large cell to display as; or, maybe you need to apply column widths, formats, etc. based on the original excel sheet.

This is ASSUMING that this function affords you the ability to control how the PDF is formatted based on these parameters.
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