Convert your HTML files to PDF in .NET easily. You can use just a couple of C# code lines in any platform of your choice like - Windows, Linux, macOS. You can try HTML to PDF conversion for free and evaluate conversion results quality. Along with simple file conversion scenarios you can try more advanced options for loading source HTML file and for saving output PDF result.
For example, for the source HTML file you may use the following load options:
There are also advanced convert options for the PDF file:
Once conversion is completed you can save your PDF file to the local file path or any third-party storage like FTP, Amazon S3, Google Drive, Dropbox etc. Please note - to convert HTML to PDF there is no need for any additional software installed - like MS Office, Open Office, Adobe Acrobat Reader etc.
GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET makes it easy for developers to convert a HTML file to PDF with a few lines of code.
Basic conversion with GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET can be done in just a few simple steps. Our APIs are supported on all major platforms and operating systems. Before executing the code below, make sure you have the following prerequisites installed on your system.
// Load source file HTML for conversion var converter = new GroupDocs.Conversion.Converter("input.html"); // Prepare conversion options for target format PDF var convertOptions = converter.GetPossibleConversions()["pdf"].ConvertOptions; // Convert to PDF format converter.Convert("output.pdf", convertOptions);
Convert HTML to PDF now by visiting the GroupDocs.Conversion App website. Online demo has the following advantages
No need to download API
No need to write any code
Just upload the source file
Get download link to save the file
You can also convert HTML to many other file formats. Please see the list below.
(Bitmap Image File)
(Microsoft Word Binary Format)
(Microsoft Word 2007 Marco File)
(Office 2007+ Word Document)
(Microsoft Word Template Files)
(Microsoft Word 2007+ Template File)
(Microsoft Word Template File )
(Open eBook File)
(Graphical Interchange Format)
(Joint Photographic Expert Group Image)
(OpenDocument Text File Format)
(OpenDocument Standard Format)
(Portable Document Format)
(Portable Network Graphic)
(Rich Text Format)
(LaTeX Source Document)
(Tagged Image File Format)
(XML Paper Specifications)