Document .Net

Document .Net is 100% C# managed library which gives you API to create, parse, load, modify, convert, edit and merge documents in PDF, DOCX, RTF, HTML and Text formats. Rasterize documents to Images and render to WPF FrameworkElement.
+ Completelly created in managed C#. No Microsoft Office automation.
+ Has own DOCX parser and writer according to ECMA-376 specification.
+ Has own RTF parser and writer according to RTF 1.8 specification.
+ Has own PDF parser  and writer according to PDF reference 1.7.
+ Has own HTML writer according to HTML5 reference.
+ .Net Framework 4.0 and higher.
+ .Net Core 2.0 and higher.
+ .Net Standard 2.0.

Install-Package sautinsoft.document -Version
dotnet add package sautinsoft.document --version
paket add sautinsoft.document --version
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Release Notes

News in the version 3.4:
+ We have added many interesting and useful code examples "How to use the Document .Net in C# and VB .Net":
+ We've added support of Footnotes and Endnotes.
+ Updated HTML Writer.
+ Significantly improved the DocxReader and fixed issues sent from our clients.
+ Fixed the issue with Support of .Net Core 2.0 platform. The previous version (only for .Net core assembly) was throwing an exception during the call methods to save a document into DOCX and RTF formats.
+The problem with the wrong definition of tables in PDF format is solved. PdfLoadOptions.DetectTables = false/true.
+ Resolved the issue with Embedded fonts. PdfSaveOptions.EmbedAllFonts = false/true.
+ Fixed the issue with Loading of PDF documents containing transparent images and background.
+ Added support of .Net Core 2.1 platform.
+ Solved the issue of tabs and indents when converting "RTF to PDF".
+ The problem of combining several files (PDF, DOCX, HTML, RTF) of different formats was solved.
+ Added new method DocumentCore.CalculateStats() to calculate document's statistics (number of words, number of pages and etc).
+ Fixed the issue with German characters a “ä” = “a” an “ö” = “o” and an “ü” = “u” that sometimes appeared in individual cases.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated (current) 49 8/14/2018 1,534 3/26/2018 765 2/16/2018 563 12/26/2017 187 12/13/2017 2,433 3/3/2017 349 1/5/2017