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Convert HTML to PDF C# .NET | Generating PDF Files Aspose.Words vs. Aspose.PDF | Headers Footers Images Links CSS

Is there detail information of differences when generating pdf from word or pfd product. I’m trying to figure out if the word product has limitation on headers, footers, images, links, css, attachments, layouts when it generates the pdf file. The input is an HTML page.


You can convert HTML files to PDF format by using any of the following APIs:

Aspose.Words for .NET was originally designed to work with Microsoft Word documents; so, this API essentially will mimic the behavior of MS Word when it comes to converting HTML files to PDF format. Please note that HTML and MS Word documents are quite different file formats and there will be limitations. For example, Aspose.Words will ignore JavaScript upon processing HTML. We have listed a few of them in the following sections of documentation:

You may please post a query in Aspose.PDF forum to learn how does Aspose.PDF API convert HTML to PDF format? You will be guided appropriately.