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ASP.net produce a pdf from a GridView

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What VB.net code would I use to convert the data in a bound GridView into a printable pdf document?

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Hi,

 iTextSharp library is useful for creating PDFs for Web Pages.

Folllowing is the link for Nuget Package

https://www.nuget.org/packages/iTextSharp/

Also, there is good example for exporting GridView to pdf is as below:

http://www.aspsnippets.com/Articles/How-to-export-GridView-data-to-PDF-file-in-ASPNet.aspx


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