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Add Paragraph and Character Formatting in a Word Document (Video)

In this video, we’ll walk through adding a paragraph of text using GcWord. We’ll also add character formatting to different parts of the paragraph.

Convert Word Documents to PDF in .NET Applications

With GcWord, developers can create powerful document conversions for archival and delivery systems in .NET Standard 2.0 targeted applications. You can convert Word documents to PDF on all three operating systems -- Windows, Mac, and Linux.

How to add security and watermarks to PDFs

It's usually not enough to create a PDF with an API--most users also need to add security features, watermarks, and digital signatures. This blog walks you through how to do that in .NET Core with Documents for PDF.

Microsoft Build - GrapeCity Documents, 4 Devs, VSCode, and a Puzzle Room

Days one and two of Microsoft Build were a smashing success, and we're looking forward to one last day of talking about our latest product line.

8 ways to generate optimized PDFs using Docs for PDF

Documents for PDF has a wide variety of features and a small footprint, but you can optimize your PDFs even further by following these few quick tips.

How to generate Excel spreadsheets in code with Documents for Excel

Not sure where to start with the new Documents for Excel API? Here are the basics, plus a little deeper look into what you can do with charts and pivot tables with no Excel dependency.

How to generate PDF documents in code with Documents for PDF

In this blog we'll walk through installing Documents for PDF on Windows, Mac, and Linux; creating a document; and adding content to it.

Get started with Documents for PDF in Windows, Mac, and Linux

In this blog we'll walk through installing Documents for PDF; creating a document; and adding content to it.

Get started with Documents for Excel in Windows, Mac, and Linux

Not sure where to start with the new Documents for Excel API? Here are the basics, plus a little deeper look into what you can do with charts and pivot tables with no Excel dependency.

.NET Core 2.0 and Spread.Services make Excel files better

Spread.Services already provides super-fast Excel-compatible spreadsheet creation. Support for .NET Core 2.0 jumps it into overdrive.