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MS office files

I am wondering is there option to convert any office files to PDF

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I am representative of Aspose.Diagram product. Aspose.Diagram, is a pure .NET API for working with the MS Visio Object Model. Aspose.Diagram provides better performance and is easier to use to manipulate diagrams and convert files in multiple formats like PDF. For more details please visit documentation links below:
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Hi,

I am a representative of Aspose.Cells team and would like to tell you that Aspose.Cells does support PDF conversion (for Excel spreadsheets), see the document for your reference:
http://www.aspose.com/docs/display/cellsnet/Converting+to+PDF+Files

Moreover, similarly, you need to use separate products to convert different MS Office files and other formats to PDF.
e.g
Aspose.Words --> DOC/DOCX etc. to PDF
Aspose.Slides --> PPT/PPTX etc. to PDF
etc.
My fellow colleagues from other teams (for their products) would reply you here soon.

Thank you.

Hi,


Thank you for considering Aspose products.

I am a representative of Aspose.Email and Aspose.Tasks.

I would like to share with you that at present, Aspose.Email doesn’t support saving Email messages to PDF. However, this feature is under development and will be implemented in first half of 2013.

I would also like to share with you that you can render Microsoft Project (MSP) files to PDF using Aspose.Tasks library. For saving a MSP file to PDF, please have a look at this LINK for your kind reference.