Category Archive: GroupDocs.Conversion Product Family

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Convert EML or MSG file to PDF in C#

Do you want to build a web based, console or desktop application in C# that can convert an email file to PDF? GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET is a one-stop solution for such a scenario. This API can be implemented in any … Continue reading

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Monitor document conversion status and progress in C#

With the release of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 19.11 you can now monitor document conversion progress. There is one improvement and a few bug fixes introduced. A new property Listener is added. The document converter listener implementation is used for monitoring … Continue reading

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Convert a JPEG file to PSD programmatically in C#

You can convert an image file (e.g. JPEG, JPG, PNG) to PSD format and redesign it as per your requirements using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET. All you have to do is to integrate this DLL in your web, desktop or console … Continue reading

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Convert a PDF document to HTML using C#

Using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET, it is possible to convert any PDF document to HTML file in C#. Conversion process or feature is not limited to PDF files only. You can convert any supported file format to HTML. GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET … Continue reading

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Convert to PDF using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET and Java

There may be multiple document types in your computer which are now outdated and need to be converted into the new ones. The world is turning into a digital valley where all the businesses are optimizing themselves to turn into … Continue reading

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Manage contrast when converting a document to Grayscale Image in C#

The first and foremost question in your mind could be, is it about converting an RGB image to Grayscale only? No, you can convert any supported file format (including images) to black-and-white or gray monochrome image. The contrast ranges from … Continue reading

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Convert a document to Excel in C#

Is it about converting a particular file format, lets say PDF to Excel spreadsheet? The answer is No. There are a bunch of regularly used and common file formats (Word, Presentation, Image, PDF etc) that you can convert to Excel … Continue reading

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Convert Spreadsheets using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET and Java

Reason to use a Document Conversion API The world is becoming a global village and businesses running all over the world interacting and collaborating with hundreds of institutions across the globe, the data gathered from different sources come in a … Continue reading

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Add watermark to the converted document in C# or Java

Document conversion is one of the most frequent process that endures across a lot of industries. Sometimes, its the business need to put a watermark on the resultant document. For example, you want to convert a PPTX to PDF with … Continue reading

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Adjust contrast when converting a document to image

Up til now there was a simple document to image conversion process. With the release of GroupDocs.Conversion for Java 19.10, we’ve added a number of interesting features for image conversion. Set color mode when converting to JPEG Option to set … Continue reading

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